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ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1986 



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j_- Antioch Township voters are expected to 

fpiay;a'j>iyotal role in two key contest in the 

^March 18 primary. 

How Antioch Republicans vote could be a. 
major determining factor in the outcome of 

•the clash between two women running for the 
nomination for county clerk and selecting 

'two nominees for- County Board Dist. 4 
representative. 

■ The outcome of both races could determine 
the township Republican leadership for the 
next two years and beyond. 

Officially, Antioch GOP "committeemen 
rated both Dist. 4 Rep.* Donna-Mae Nix 
Litwiler of Inglestde arid Wauconda Village 
Clerk Venetia McConne) as "qualified*' when 
endorsement 1 , voting "failed to produce- a 
conclusive two-thirds majority. 

However^ Township GOP Chairman 
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backing McConnel to the displeasure of 
Republicans following the lead of Sheriff 
Robert "Mickey" Babcox, who is backing 
Litwiler. 

One township - Republican leader, who ■ 
asked that his name not be used,, told a 
reporter for the Antioch News-Reporter, 
"Kempf is through as. chairman. He'll find 
out after the primary." 
' By "statute, political parties reorganize 
after the primary election. Township 
precinct cqmmitteepereons wjll select their 
/chairman for the next Iwo years at that time, * 
AnUoch is; being' looked, up as a "swing" 
area , by six candidates for the two- 
nominations" from Dist. 4 which includes" 
Grant; Avon and Lake Villa townships. 

GOP precinct committeemen voted to 

.back Charlotte Kiesgen of Fox Lake and Pat 

• Anderson of Grayslafce, over, two 'local Jen- 

' trants, Ray Edwards of Antioch and Joseph 

tobolik, who formerly resided -in, Antioch . 

Township and noiv; makes -his home in 

'Ingleside. .' .' 

Incumbent Dist; 4 Rep. Norman Geary of 
Graysiakc says he is going to make a 
determined bid for Antioch's Republican 
(Continued on Page I0A) 



ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP 
ASSESSMENT ROLL 

Publications of ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP 
Assessment changes resulting from hearings 
before the 1985 Lake County Board of 
Review. 

The changes in valuations as authorized bv 
the Board of review appear on Pages 10-12D 
of this issue of the ANTIOCH REPORTER. 
Every interested property owner should 
check the assessments here published, 



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Junior Engineers Compete 

On Feb. 15, the Antioch Community High School Junior Engineering Technological 
Society (JETS) Team participated in the annual competition at the College of Lake 
?County; All high schools in Lake County compete for medals in Chemistry, 
Mathematics, Physics, Biology, English, and Engineering Graphics. This year Jim 
Hernandez from the Antioch' team won first place in Engineering Graphics- 
Mechanical Drawing and had the team's highest combined score in this year's com- 
petition. Team coaches for the Antioch team were Bill Goetzelman and Sydney 
Klocke. Team members were: Jean Kim (captain), Debbie Ruscko, Beth Dubek, Lib- 
byTrychta, Jim Hernandez, John Starek, Tom Gauthier, Dennis Moore, Mike 
Oilschloger, Kerry Mullqn, Dana Ward, and Linda Sexton. 



Parent Survey Says: 
More Home Work 



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Antioch - Community School District 34 
"reviewed the" results of a-. 'two year 
management survey of their district at their 
board meetihgon Feb. 18. 

The survey was conducted by Fred Genck, 
a member of the Lake Forest Board of 
Education, part owner of the Institute of 
Public Management, with a MBA from 
Harvard University. 




teachers, intw\, 

andaparentsurrey, - -"■«. . 

The survey concluded that *hc d istr. tea was 
highly cosl effective <£»£ -student 
aehesvement was croeptioiuDQy !tugh, The 
survey also condudad thai Teacher unor-ate 
was high and that the tjeaAerssirihedisrrici 
focused on the needs of tbe students. 

The feeling of the parents is £he districl 
was measured by sending a qoestkmazre lo 



The survey was conducted In four parts, every parent in the district. There was a 29 
There was a teacher survey, interviews with (Continued on Page 3 A) 

Mount Prospect Man 
Suffers Fatal Crash 




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A 23-year-old Mount Prospect man was 
killed on Feb. 22 when his snowmobile 
crashed into a partially concealed duck blind 
about 900 feet off the shore of Fox Lake near 
Indian Point. 

John H. Thomson was traveling south 
west on (ho the surface of Fox Lake when his 
snowmobile struck a duck blind at ap- 
proximately 0:30 p.m. Thomson was 
discovered by another snowmobller and 

taken to a nearby home on Bolten Place Rd. 
The Antioch Rescue Squad was summoned 

who arrived to find Thomson In "severely 
critical" condition, Rescue squad members 
said that their initial assessment of Thomson 
was that he had suffered massive head and 
chest injuries as well as multiple fractures to 
the extremities and probable internal In- 
juries. 

;. : After. trying unsuccessfully to revive 
Thomson the! Antioch Rescue Squad took him 
to Victory Memorial Hospital whore 
resuscitation was continued for 10 to 15 



minutes before ho was pronounced dead, 

At least ono Antioch resident has com- 
plained of similar problems with duck blinds 

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Error Made 

A story on the Liberty Retreat which ran In 
the Feb, 13 Issue or the Antioch News- 
Reporter read in part; "Ewlng also said that 
one of the horses hod starved to the point 
where Ewlng decided to dispatch the ailing 
animal with a sledge hammer," The article 
was supposed to have said that J. R, Baker 
was the one who used the sledge hammer, 
not Ewing. Charges have been filed against 
Baker for the sledge hammer Incident by the 
Department of Agriculture. The Illinois 
Hoofed Animal Society does hot euthlnixe 
animals without 'a veterinarian being 
present, The News-Reporter regrets any 
misconceptions the article may have caused, 



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Horak Could 
Lose Stock 







U.S. District Court Judge 
Charles R. Norgle Sr. will 
decide whether or not Jon 
Horak will have to forfeit 
$2.5 million in Waste 
Management Inc. stock. 

Horak was found guilty on 
37 counts of mail fraud and 
one count of raketeering on 
Feb. 14. He faces maximum 
jail term of 185 years and a 
fine of $37,000 for the mail 
fraud charges and 20 years 
plus a fine of $25,000 for the 



racketeering charge. 

Sentencing is secheduled 
for March' 13, and Norgle 
said that he will make his 
decision regarding the 
stocks after he receives writ- 
ten statements from 
prosecuting and defense at- 
torneys. 

U.S.- Attorney Anton 
Valukas is pursuing the for- 
feiture of the stock under 
provisions .of anti- 
racketeering laws. 



Klemm Sponsors 
Animal Abuse Law 



A few months ago, Rep. 
Dick Klemm (R-63rd) hoard 
about the plight of a dog 
whose owner kept the animal 
on an 18-tnch chain, just long 
enough to allow the animal 
to reach its food and water 
dishes. 

Questioning how anyone 
could be so cruel to an 
animal, whether through 
carelessness or not realizing 
the consequences, Klemm 
cosponsored legislation to 
see that those who abuse our 
animal friends are punished. 

The new law, which look 
effect January first, stiffens 
the penalties for those 
convicted of knowingly and 
cruelly treating or aban- 
doning an animal. Until this 
year, such abuse was a petty 
offense, punishable by a fine. 
Now, under the new law, a 
first offense is a Class C 
misdemeanor, punishable by 
up to 30 days in jail, a year 
on probation, and/or a fine of 
up to $500. A repeat offender 
could be sentenced to six 
months in jail, one year 
probation and/or a fine of up 
to $500. Conviction for a third 
time is a Class A 
misdemeanor, carrying a 
fine of up to $1,000, a year 
id/or under a. 
in,. 

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lizecf as a crime 

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!^mi 
imbling pur- 

poses—gamecock fighting 
for example. Owners, 
breeders, or animal 
trainers, shippers and 
dealers, as well as those who 
promote animal fighting 
contests can be found guilty 



of a Class A misdemeanor. 
Repeat offenders face even 
stiffer penalties. Guility of a 
Class 4 felony, they can be 
sentenced to one to six years 
in prison 1 , up to 30 months 
probation and fines of up to 
S10,0O0J 

Dogfight promoters and 
handlers are subject to even 
stiffer penalties. In these 
cases, first offenders-may be 
found guilty of a Class 4 
felony and fined up to 
$50,000. Subsequent offenses 
are Class 3 felonies, in- 
creasing the possible prison 
term to a length of from two 
to ten years. Those who 
vjrianufacture equipment for 
such fights, provide the site 
for the fight, and even those 
who attend these bloody 
displays may, also be en- 
victed, fined and sentenced 
under Illinois law. 

Klemm urged those who 
know of a case of possible 
animal abuse to contact 
their local humane society, 
animal protective league or 
law enforcement officials. 
Once a case is reported, 
animal investigators are 
authorized to check into the 
complaint and, if warranted, 
issue warnings to the pet's 
owner. If follow-up visits 
find that the animal -i^BRl 
being mistreated,, 

authorities can remove' the 
animal from the owner. 
Pfacing it eJsewhcEem^bnf- 

ic* iiiuT7!!Ritime is found. 
Domestic animals and 
pets trust their owners and 
look to them for care and 
affection. According to 
Klemm, these strong 
penalties should help keep 
cruel and insensitive owners 
and handlers from breaking 
that bond of trust. 






The Lake County. Com- 
munity Action' Project .has 
been informed by the Illinois 
Parents Too Soon Program 
that its. application for* 
funding for a Teen 
Leadership \ Conference has 
been favorably received, 
and that it has been awarded 
a grant in the sum of $2,500. 
The grant will be for the 
period from. Feb. 5 to June 
30. , 

The one-day local con- 
ference will focus' on 
providing young people with 
the motivation and 
resources to improve, their 
decision-making skills, and 
will encourage networking 
among community agencies 
which provide needed ser- 
vices and support to young 
people in Lake County. 
'The following individuals 
and organizations par- 
ticipated in the original 
conference planning board 
which worked together to 
develop the proposal in the 
areas of planning, program 
development, physical 
arrangements, participant 
recruitment and resources 
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Senior High School; Ed 
Bates, regional superin- 
tendent of schools; Regina 
Keller, WINS (Waukegan 
Informs Neighbors and 
Students); Jessica 
Barrientos, Lake* County 
Head Start; Tony Lindsey, 
PACD (People Against 
Crime and Drugs); Ann 
Strahan, Northern Illinois 
Council on Alcoholism;. Julie 
Taylor, YWCA; Ginne 
Kerpan, Central Baptist 
Children's Home; Francene 
Adams and Michelle 
LaRoche, Lake County 
Health Dept. Family 
Planning/ Prenatal/ 
Maternal Health; Miriam 
Zeno, Private Industry 
Council; Tom Zimmerman, 
Public Aid; Hasan Hakeem, 
Waukegan Housing 
Authority; Rhonda Davis, 
teen mother; - Josephine 
Bonilla, working mother; 
and staff from the Lake 
County Community Action 
Project. . There is .also 
promised cooperation from 
the administrators of 
Waukegan, North Chicago 
and Zion public schools. 

The PROJECT TEENS 
Leadership Conference will 



be held on Thursday,' May 1, 
at the Illinois Beach Resort 
Lodge" and Conference 
Center. 

The Agenda will include 
workshops on the following: 
Cults and Gangs; Prevention 
and Intervention of Drug 
Abuse; Life-Planning Skills; 
Education/Em - 
ployment/Leadership Op- 
portunities for Teens; 
Operation Snowball; Project 
Graduation; and Teen 
Counseling. Each par- 
ticipant will attend two 
workshops in the morning 
and two in theafternoon. 



The conference planning 
board is particularly anxious 
to obtain the participation of 
teenagers, preteens, 
parents, school advisors, 
school principals and other 
interested persons. 

Those interested^ in at- 
tending the PROJECT 
TEENS Leadership Con- 
ference should contact the 
school principals in their 
own districts, the individuals 
or agencies listed above, or 
Shashi Singh at the Lake 
County Community Action 
Project,. ( 312) 249-4330. 



Migrant Council 
To Hold Luncheon 



The Illinois Migrant Coun- 
cil (I.M.C.) has announced 
that a business luncheon will 
be held at the Holiday Inn in" 
Mundelein on Thursday, 
Feb. 27, at noon. 

This conference will be an 
opportunity for the Lake 
County business community 
to explore the programs of- 
fered. by the LM.C. that can 



contribute to the produc- 
tivity * and profitability of 
their businesses. 

Santigo Gonzalez, director 
of the Illinois Migrant Coun- 
cil, will explain how the 
council's programs can be 
customized to meet the 
specific needs of area em- 
ployers. 




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Operating Results 



1985 



Six Months Ended December 31, 1985 
-1984 



NET INCOME BEFORE TAXES 


•1,817,398 


•1,749,874 


TAXES 


•692,937 


'506,015 


.NET INCOME 


•1,124,461 


•1,243,859 



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NET INCOME 


•11.32 


•12.53 


DIVIDENDS DECLARED 


•3.15 


•5.55 


BOOK VALUE 


•76.28 


•68.55 



Financial Position As Of Dec. 31, 1985 Dec. 31, 1984 



% INCREASE 



TOTAL ASSETS 


•115,126,798 


•110,430,026 


4.25 


DEPOSITS 


•104,429,484 


•100,409,696 


4.00 


LOANS (NET) 


•65,797,596 


s 64,688,455 


1.71 


EQUITY CAPITAL 


•7,574,706 


•6,807,023 


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German Mardi Gras 



The Polidors, a German band from Chicago played for The German American Club 
of Antioch's 'Faschings Dance', a German version of 'Mardi Gras', held at the 
Antioch Country House. This is the third 'Faschings Dance' that the club has held 
since it was started in 1978. Walter and Ursula Hartge were crowned as the Prince 
and Princess of the dance. 

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Announce Honor 




Antioch' seven year program of resur- 
facing Tillage streets will continue this year 
and may involve as many as nine different 
streets in different areas of the village. 

According to Tim Wells, of . the Antioch 
Public Works department, the streets under 
consideration are Spafford St., Hardin St., 
Highland Ave., Williams St., Corona Ave., 
Parkway Ave., Wilton St., Valleyview Ct., 
and .Hillandale Dr. The village is also plan- 
ning to provide asphalt for a parking lot on 
Main St. which is being planned by Antioch 
Redevelopment Commission. 



cost of 180,000, this year the cost maybe 
closer to $100,000. 

Although the projected price for the work 
is $100,000 village clerk Marilyn Sterbenz 
pointed out that this could be subject to 
change once bids for the work are taken. 

"If we do all of the work that we plan to do, 



Antioch Community High 
School is proud to announce 
its Honor Roll for the First 
semester of the 1385-86 
school year. To make the 
High Honor Roll, a student 
must have a minimum 
average of 4.500 in academic 



and the bids come in at the price we expect subjects with no grade lower 
then it will be around this price/' explained. 
Sterbenz, "but right now, there are to many 
variables that can affect the final amount." 

Other improvement projects' for 1966 . in- 
clude the installation of traffic lights at Rt:JB3 
and North Ave., which should be completed 



Wells said the village plans to use about by July 15. The Illinois Department of Tran- 

3400 tons of asphalt to provide a two inch s porta t ion will also upgrade a railroad 

overlay to all of the villages streets. Last crossing on North Ave. in conjunction with 

year the village used 2700 tons of asphalt at a the Soo Line. 




Soys 



than a "B". 
Seniors: 

Kim'Allano, Sondi Allmonn; Slocey An- 
derton. Joseph ftoblo. Cindy Beta. John 
BlakeTvev, Carolina Blown. Patrkk Brukt. 
Valerie Dammann, Mary Deiotter. Jetitco 
Druktanit, Belli Dubak. ChritlineCberman, 
Gerolyn Frenchik. Mauhew Call. Jen 
Gulowtki, Rene* Hallwat. leioie 
Johaneien, Deniio Maple. Moilo 
Maiavelov Mark Manning*!. Dennit 
Moots. Oeonna Murar, Michael 
Oiltchloger.. Brett Parkhurti. Eileen 
Pteviak, Mark R090I0. loo Rugate*. Dcbio 
Ruvko. Carrie- Schetkle, Met ma Sen- 
woiii. Jennilar lalio. Holly loylof. Groi 
-/. then Ttmroetmori. Elirabeih TrycrVa. Ed- 
1" won! Walderi, Dona Waid. Wendy Welti, 
, " Koshy W01-I. Heidi Zmimcfmon 



Shannon Gooc'i, Michael Giubidi. Derrick 
Gursthke, Catol Hooeii, Stephen Honton. 
Dorono Hatp, Sabina Haugk, Louio Hoi- 
lernan, Patrick Hcnnetty, Chritti Hotkint, 
Chrittie Hubboid. Julie Joroch. Dorlcno 
Johnton. Michelle Kahrneyor. Chrittine 
Koientki. Getfi latch, Elian Loe. louta 
Moiiian. Kaltina Meyat. Eluabaih 
Mueller. Audio Murray, Jeonetlo Nyden. 
laurie Paddock. Jill Polocci. Phil Pcetton, 
lauro Pilkington, Paul Palewocryk. 
Chi urine Racx. Chrittine Rampale. BarbdTo 
Rampale. Sandi Riotinger, livo Romp*. 
Robin Sherwood. Donna Skrypnyk. Mika 
Slanck. David thiola. Brian Ihoien, Todd 
Veltman, Robert Whitney. John Wicr- 
uhem, Cindy WilleH. Kathleen Zoien, Kim 
Ziemann, Honf y Z oiler . 



Juniors: 



(Continued from Page 1A) The curriculum committee announced that 

percent return rate on' the survey which, they had completed work on their 
-according to Superintendent Donald Skid- curriculum guides for grades K-5. Skidmorc 



Juniors: 



more, is a high for this type of survey. The 
results of the survey indicated that were 
pleased with the districts schools, programs; 
and teaching staff, but that there were sonic 
areas of concern. 

These areas included the desire for a 
districtwidc, consistent home work program, 
and more home work being assigned to 
students* The parents* also expressed a 
desire to know in greater detail the type of 
curriculum being taught by the district. The 
board addressed this particular problem at 
their meeting. 



said that the guides would be a detailed. 
synopsis of. what the district taught, what 
{they 'j would use to teach it, what they 
exepectcd the students to learn, and how 
they would evaluate the students progress. 

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The board also approved an increase in 
text book fees of 10 percent . for the next 
aciiuui >*,'**», Th%.>t. mis iiui bcrCii **•• iiibVUisv 
in text books since the 1981-82 school year. 

"I don't like raising fees, but I won't 
apolgize for it," said Skidmorc. "Printed 
rnaterialscost money, it's that simple," 




Ath&l&te of the Week 

nU^r^tkor frenieri has been selected as the 'Athlete of the Week', for the. 
wee endin ^ fKI i'ar his 38 points and 14 rebounds in two basketball victories 
over k wSS2 and ZioV-Benton High Schools. Wfrj^^&'g™^ 
the State Bank! of Antioch is presenting a check for $50 from the bank to the 
parent-teacher scholarship fund in Don's name as vars.ty coach Don Zeman looks 

on. ^ , — — — 

Thursday, February 27, 1986 



Rob-oil Abboit, Gaoiga Allan. Jennilar 
Bonk*. tXr.itin Ball, Jonat tug, John Fedor. 
Thomot Goulhier. Suton Gile-i. liio 
Heirxk, Donna Jockton. JeTlrey Johnton, 
Pomelo Koipiowk/, Jailer ay .local. 
Krlttine Lour*en, Ihomoi Mocek, Suton 
Monirimo*. Kelly Mu'rroy. Jelfiey Naut. 
Down Priory. Melody Reitmoyer. Richard 
Ruck'. Linda Saul on. Dabro Sigler, Cindy 
Spronk, Jennifer Sloeik. Andrew Tt i eae r , 
Mkhalla Wolk. Graoory ,'Werba. Jo«ph 
Wattaiooord, Dor ran Woll , Jtrfrray Wol I , 

Sophomores: 

flacmor Allan, Trod Atkinton. Phillip 
Brown, Hkhbrd Concallara/ John Clko. Jill 
Cum*, Eric Daibiani. Tina Diamon- 
lopoulot, David Dory, John Dydo, David 
Hallwat, Biodlcy Hamlm. Garral Ham. 
mond. Livo Hermatiy, Andrao Kohlar. Amy 
Kirtchanhatter, Fred lochar, John Lun- 
dgtan, Timolhy MocDonald, Bicn Maher. 
leoh Molt*. Joinei McCluro, Cnrinno Mn- 
chon. Thomot Muallcr, Shoron Muror, 
David Orw.cV. Brandon Paikliurn, Chriv 
Polork, Cyndi Ouinn, Jnromo Ruuko. Matl 
Soilon, Joonna Shinellug. Koran Sptonk. 
Kolo Stock, Rko Turco. Diana Voltmon. 
RobcKcaW«kk>. 

Freshmen: 

. CathoiinaCictpicfwikl. Bcnjomin Demar- 
tini, Mkhool Forraro, Down Flood. Amon. 
da Friiu. Michael Galcbiomkl, Scan 
Gooch. Sorah Gray. Dan Grota. Ooboroh 
Horich. Suian Hubbard. Rachel Jcnmngi. 
Robccco John*, Dougla* Killmon, Jason 
KoohlcH, AI.ciq Lavigne, Michoal Loino. 
KolliLclliih, Jonathan Modemo. William 
Radrnon, Alo«n Rogola, Michclla Sch- 
rnldtko, Jennilor Schwartj, KooiImk Soian-- 
ion, Joinie Siowort. Michelle Valnnoh, 
Mark Wotniak, Kimbarly Ycoton. Joiaph 
VValih, 

To make the Honor Roll, a 
student must have a 
minimum average of 4.000 in 
academic subjects with no 
grade lower than a "C". 



Seniors: 

Kouttlo Adkim, Gino Allieil. Linda An- 
ikowlok. Charyl Bockir, Suion Belli, Vooi* 
Billrnyai, Alan Block, ■' Kenncili Bock,' 
Mkhaet Bycirk, Oulrni Callahan, David 
' Coi o. Joy Crichlon. Maryonn Ciopiawikl. 
Cindy Dorlond, Bath Davit, Oono 
Dorrwmii, Michelle Dichido. Gretchon 
Dvorak,' Tony Ftkej*, Sljonnon Filigarald. 
Loeann Frydrychawki, Morla Gofiyoln. 



Rodney Almodovor, Chiiity Aicher, 
Mary Bo mot. Kimberly Bighorn, lita Bond, 
lno Bradley. Heidi Brodloy, John Ceiloy . 
Jona Canon. Keith Cartwright, Donald 
Champley, Jenny Choila. Dave Chiihotm. 
Michollo Coikey. Kimbefly Crank. Dawn 
Doty. Sichaid Doty. Loriol Dtury, Karen 
Druie. Paulo Erickion. Sydney Fauell, 
Timothy Gognon. Harmon Garwood. 
Connno Giondion, Jenmler Cr iff in. 
James Hernandei, Lita Hoerle. Slocey 
Howie, Kimberly JonuAi. Chriuine latin- 
ton, Lila Johnion, Jill Kanka, Bernodette 
Koiiol. April Krueger. Michele Lani. Koran 
iindhl oom, Oaonne) Mocovoy, John Mai- 
•jJPTl^Ti^ McPhe*, Kennaih Mullon Soo 
Nauman, todd Nidey. Kathleen Nydcn. 
Cindy Olun. Kimberly Poul. Connie Perry. 
Sean Damage. Heidi Reulboch. lynnette 
Roman, Jock Ru«h. Thomcn Schran. Julie 
Se«ton. Angela Simmom. Kurt Skinner, 
F*e»er -Slymon. Diana Smithy Jelfefy 
Sokulikl. Heidi Scwenteo, Coin Steinke. 
Jeffery SieiK. Sean Inlay , Timo-hy Vorno, 
Jaion Vaughn, Troci.Villo. Sarah Vogt. 
i Shaft! Wolih, Kenneth Wornar. Terat 
WhirlcKti.lorlyVV.il. ami. 

To make the Honor Roll, a 
student must have a 



minimum average of 4.000 in 
academic subjects with no 
grade lower than a "B". 

Sophomores: 

Paul Anderion. Brett Bennett. Brenda 
Betke, Meliua Brawn, Tracy Buege, 
Deborah Coator, Cheryl Cook. Troy Crip- 
pen, Thereto Davit. Suronne Debruhl, Rich 
Duettch. Debbie Drettke. Diono Dunham. 
Scott EiteJe. Scott French, Kevin Hontolian. 
lrocey Howkint. Victoria Jock von. 
loftaine Kirwan. Stelonie Kvehn, Jill 
Laleut. Kevin Moginn. Vkkie Melton. Shari 
Oiiui.no, Pater Oil, Corti* Pullen, Tobra 
Ray, Robert Rkken, Chrntophet Shea, 
Dean Sidet. Vklotio Simoni. Chriili Skin- 
ner, Daniel St alio, Robert Sturma. Donald 
Sukoch. Mike Sweeney. Robert Syket, 
Irjmmj Wogjner. Joiton Winckler, Rachel 
Wren. Dennit Wunn. Cynthia Ziemann. 
Michael Zoino. 

Freshmen: 

Robert Adam*. Chad Alfono, Edward 
Antctak. Andrew Bergei. Barbara 
Dillmyer. - Carrie • Block. Bcenda Borla. 
Derek Bortky. Jenny Btmting. Kelly Coin. 
Ahtia Colby. Jenniler Connard, Mkhelte 
Davit, Pamela Erkkton. Joe Fikejt, 
Dorleen Fteitog. Thomca Fry. [ Chtit 
Giebelnovt. Carolyn Gillrnon. Vktorio 
Grodowtki. Amy Groetter. Jennilar 
Hocjue. Jermiler Haley. Andrew Honven. 
Cornelki Haugk. Rod Hoerke, Randy Jeont, 
Gerald Johnton. Mike Kollnowtki. 
Deborah Katprowkl, Jarnet Keim. An- 
drew Krenke. Rebecca Kiomer. Chad 
Modro. Rachel Moreti, Heatner Helton. 
Vkior Olten. Col|een CHmond. Dave 
Forker. Mope ReicM. Scott Reimert, 
Angela Riedi. June ■•ndknib, Adam Ring, 
Machoel Schulr. Carole Schwartt, Tracy 
Seevte. Thomcn Stock. JaawiMar Stohmer, 
Aiheno Stonrt. Mike Ulltch. towro Valen- 
liono, Kyon Word. Olaofceah Water*. Erkk 
Weber. Karen Wiltiamton. Jorenna Wilton. 



Announce Winners 



The 885 Civic Club held its 
Valentine Dance on Feb. 14 
at the Antioch Country 
House. Door prizes were 
awarded and the winners 
were as, follows; Leon 
Pauley won a two horse 
power Johnson outboard 
motor donated by Charles 
Haling and Sons, Jim 
Koester won a $200 gift cer- 
tificate for the Triangle 
Sport Shop donated by the 
885 club, Norman Rockow 
won a TV with AM-FM radio 
donated by the State Bank of 
Antioch, Robert Koester Jr. 
won wildlife ceramics 
donated by the Toboliks, Joel 
Lepouse won a Schwinn 
Boys Bicycle donated by 
Phil . and Marie Schmidt, 
Wayne Polsgrove won a 
Stain Glass Panel donated 
by Margaret and Jim Cole, 
Joseph Pechulis won $100 in 
cash donated by Frank 
Mostowski, Betty Pauley 
won a $100 savings bond 
donated by the Sequoit 
Lodge 827, Ray Toft won a 10 
piece cuUery set donated by 
A and B Printing Service, 



Norman Rockow won a 
Wever Grill donated by Phill 
and Marie Schmidt, Vera 
Da vila won a Mister Meat 
Smoker donated by Bob and 
Greg Dickson of Triangel 
Sprot and Marina, Ed La 
Suer won a $50 savings bond 
donated by A.O. Faye Lodge 
676, Charles Haling Sr. won a 
dinner for four up to $50 
donated by Antioch Country 
House, and Dawn Larson 
won a Bulova Watch donated 
by Len Kreusler. 



K luge Earns Wings 

Second LL Torsten G. 
Kluge, son of Gerhard K. and 
Ingeborg Kluge of 41374 N. 
Point Drive, Antioch, has 
graduated from U.S. Air 
Force pilot training, and has 
received silver wings at 
Columbus Air' Force Base, 
Miss. ./' 

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He is a 1964 graduate of the 
University of Illinois at 
Charhpaign. - 



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Hal Coxon, operations 
manager of WXLC- 
FM/WKRS-AM, has an- 
nounced the following per- 
sonnel changes at the 
station: 

Charlene Nyren has been 
appointed music director of 
WXLC-FM and has also been 
officially moved into the Af- 
ternoon Drive slot on WXLC. 
Charlene has been a fulltime 
employee of WXLC since 
April 1, 1985, when she star- 
ted as the Overnight Per- 
sonality. Charlene willhave 
primary responsibility for 
coordinating WXLC's music 
with station consultant 



Burkhardt/Abrams/Douglas/E- 
lliot and Assoicates, Inc. of 
Atlanta Ga. 

Val Wallace has been ap- 
pointed news director of 
WXLC-FM and WKRS-AM. 
Val has previous experience 
as a news director, joining 
WXLC/WKRS from WLRW- 
FM in Champaign, 111. She 
received her bachelor of arts 
degree from the University 
of Illinois in May, 1^84. 

Dave Labrecque joins the 
WXLC-FM on-air staff as a 
fulltime announcer/engineer 
and will begin his North 



Metro radio career as the 
Overnight Personality on 
WXLC. Dave has worked 
weekends at WXLC for the 
past few months and brings 
his unique personality to his 
new position at the station. 

Coxon went on to say that 
he was pleased with all the 
additions. "This marks 
another significant step in 
our continued commitment 
to upgrade the sound and 
quality of our programming 
on both WXLC and WKRS." 
According to Coxon, these 
recent changes solidify the 
air staff "for the foreseeable 
future." 





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Adlai Honorary Jaycee 

Democratic candidate for governor of Illinois Adlai Stevenson spoke at Lake Villa- 
Lindenhurst Jaycee 10th Anniversary Banquet on Feb. 22. Jaycee John Burns, left, 
makes Stevenson honorary Jaycee. — Photo by Craig Vogel. 



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Goodwill and rake advantage of this windfall. 

When you shop or Goodwill you're helping handicapped persons, 



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9-8 Friday 
9-6 Saturday 



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INDUSTRIES 



William "Bill" Mestan of 
Fox Lake, Ffepublican Coun- 
ty Baord candidate in Dist. 4, 
insists that the board "must 
be prepared to reduce all 
non-essential spending" in ■ 
anticipation of federal 
government budget cuts . 

If the federal government 
is tq succeed in balancing the 
national budget, Mestan ob- 
served, the amount of fun- 
ding it can be expected to 
provide to counties and other 
local governments will be 
reduced accordingly. 

The Lake County Board, 
Mestan emphasized, "must 
learn to say no to self- 
serving political interests by 
focusing its attention on 
what it can do to keep county 
government, functioning 
smoothly for * everyone's 
benefit." 



In reference to his years as 
a successful businessman, 
from which he is now 
retired, Mestan described 
himself as a "financially 
conservative person." He 
plans to apply the "prin- 
cipals that guided me so suc- 
cessfully in my previous 
career" in helping to 
manage the Lake County 
Budget, and to the votes he 
will cast on all funding 
allocations. 

It is only natural, Mestan 
said, that as a County Board 
member representing the in- 
terests of residents in Dist. 4 
and throughout Lake Coun- 
ty, "I will support the growth 
of more responsible govern- 
ment by helping to forge a 
prudent fiscal planning and 
management policy to guide 
the county through the dif- 



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ahead." 



Center 
Opens 

The Grand Opening for an 
all-new' teen center will be 
held on Saturday, March 1, 
at the Windy City Circus 
Complex, north of Rte. 173 on 
Lake Ave., starting at 7 p.m. 

Music will be provided by 
the Dancin'. Machine, and 
games and refreshments 
will be available for all of the 
13-19 year olds that attend. 

Fee for the evening is $3. 
For more information, call, 
(312) 395-4848* 




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with VR0 oil injection, 

the only system with a pulse-monitor 

to guard against engine damage. 






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CiC Approves Programs 



At its February meeting, 
the College of Lake County 
Board of Trustees voted to 
approve a program ar- 
ticulation agreement with 
the Lake County Area 
Vocational Center which will 
grant course credit toward a 
degree or - certificate 
program at CLC. 

This agreement will help 
students avoid repetition of 
course material between the 
institutions. 'This is another 
excellent step in the coor- 
dination with the Area 
Vocational Center to provide 
first-class vocational 
education for Lake County," 
according to College 
President Dr. John Hunter: 

As a result of board action, 
beginning with the fall 
semester 1986 a Deferred 
Tuition Payment Plan will 
be in effect The payment 
plan will make it easier for 
students to register and pay 
lees. 

Last summer's successful 
Math Summer Scholarship 
program was renewed for 36 
high school students to par- 
ticipate in summer 1966. 
Twelve of last year's par- 
ticipants enrolled as full- 
time students at CLC as a 
result of the scholarship 
program, which included 
seven credit hours of math 
analysis and computer . 
programming. 

The college is also seeking 
grant support to double the 
number of students par- 
ticipating. If the grant is ap- 
proved, half of the 72 studen- 
ts would be supported by 
non-college funds. 

The CLC Board, also, ap- 
proved the addition of a 
Computerized Numerical 
Control Associate of Applied 
Science degree program, 
new certificate program and' 
modification of the existing 
certificate program. Em- 
ployer needs and student in- 
terest were considered in im- 
plementing the program. 

It was' announced that 
Moody's Investors. Service, N 
Inc. has upgraded the 
district's general bond issue 
of 1982 from Al to Aaa, the 
highest possible rating. 

Board' Chairperson 
Millicent Berlient an- 



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nounced, "This week has 
been designated Illinois 
Community College Week by 
Governor James Thompson. 
We invite all citizens to visit 
the college, particularly the 
art exhibit in the Community 
Gallery of Art showing out- 



standing work by county 
hignscbool students.". 

The next Board of 
Trustees meeting is 
scheduled for 7 p.m., 
Tuesday, March 25. 



Membership 

Rosemarie Judi Clements 
of Island Lake has been ac- 
cepted into membership in 
the American Dietetic Assn. 
(ADA). A student at Mun- 
delein College in Chicago, 
Clements will receive a 
bachelor of science degree in 
food and nutrition in March. 





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There will be a reception 
for County Board Chairman 

Jim LaBelle, on Sunday, 
March 2, from 1 to 4 p.m. at 

Shiloh House, home of Zion 
Historical Society, 2500 
Shiloh Blvd in Zion. 



Donation is $15 per person, 
or $25 per couple. Make 
checks payable to Citizens to 
Elect Jim LaBelle, and mail 

to 3013 Elizabeth Ave., Zion, 
IL 60099. 



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Victory Health Outreach 
Center is offering "Great 
Expectations" on Monday, 
March 3, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. 
and continuing Monday 
evenings through March 

17th. 

These class sessions are 
for those parents-to-be in the 
third through sixth month of 
pregnancy. Couples are 
helped to understand the 
physical, emotional and hor- 
monal changes of pregnancy 
as well as the growth and 
development of their baby. 

This class will be followed 
by ''Childbirth With Joy" 
and "The Post-Partum Ex- 
perience," to complete the 
"Childbearing Year" cour- 
se. The total 13 sessions cost 
$60 and will be reimbursed if 
the baby is delivered at Vic- 
tory Memorial Hospital. You 
may, however, enter the 
program at any session for 
the same price. 

To register for this 
program or for further in- 
formation, please call Vic- 
tory Health Outreach Center 
at (312) 356-59 00. 
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ntertainment 

Schools To Take Part 
In County Choral Fest 



Schedule Fair 

Religious 
Weekend 



On Tuesday evening, 
March 11, the combined 
choruses of Central High 
School, Wilmot Union High 
Sehool and eight elementary 
schools in the two high 
school districts will present 
a choral concert starting at 8 
p.m. in the Wilmot High 
School gym. 

Approximately 300 young 
singers will join together to 
present music ranging from 



very contemporary to that 
composed over 300 years 
ago. Accompanist for the 
event will be Teresa Rush of 
Genoa City. 

Each elementary school 
involved will be sending a 
representative group from 
their school selected from 
singers in grades five 
through eight. Schools in- 
volved in the choral festival 
and the directors are 
Marsha Vanderwerff of 



Slate Sleeper Auditions 



The Litllefort ' Lam- 
plighters in conjunction with 
the Genesee Theatre will be 
holding open auditions for 
"Rip Van Winkle" on March 
3 and 4 at 7 p.m., at the 
Genesee Theatre, 205 N. 
Genesee , Waukegan. 



boys, one 
children. 



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There are 
men, three 



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women, 



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Performances will be May 
9, at 9:30 a.m. and noon, and 
May 10 at 3 and 8 p.m. 
Tickets are $5 adults, $2 
students, military, senior 
citizens and groups. For 
information, call (312) 336- 
0428. 



Recital 

Karin Corder playing her flute and Julie Sacco singing will 
present a recital on Sunday, March 2, at 3 p.m. in the choir 
room of Wilmot High School. Both arc planning to major in 
music. 



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Brighton Elementary; 
Stanton Carey of Lakewood; 
Donna Barhyte of Paris 
Consolidated; Sue Gerber of 
Randall; Sue Williams of 
Riverview; Linda Travis of 
Salem Consolidated; Betty 
Koenecke of Trevor; Donna 
Barhyte of Wilmot Grade; 
Michael Cook of Central 
High; and Lynn Opitz of 
Wilmot High. 

The program will begin 
with the girls' choruses of 
Central and Wilmot per- 
forming three selections. 
The combined elementary 
school choirs will then 
perform, followed by the 
mixed choruses of the high 
schools. 

All voices will join to sing 
"Song of the Lark" and 
"Give Me Your Tired, Your 
Poor." 

Admission to the concert is 
by ticket only. Tickets are 
free and must be obtained 
from the students involved in 
advance. Additional in- 
formation is available from 
any of the schools listed 
above. 



A Healing Charismatic 
Retreat Weekend will be 
held April 4 - 6 at Benet 
Lake, St. Benedict's Abbey. 

The team of Sister Marina, 
Father Dick, Father Henry 
will be featured. The theme 
will be "Sacraments - 
. Healing Power of Jesus. " 

The program begins 
Friday, April 4 after supper 

(plan to arrive before 8 
p.m.) and closes Sunday, 
April 6. It is for adults active 
in charismatic renewal. 
Confirmed reservations 
only. The fees are $60, in- 
dividual; $110, married 
couple. Most rooms are 
double occupancy. Send $20 
non-refundable 'deposit with 
application to: Retreat 
Director, St. Benedict's 

Abbey, Benet Lake, Wis. 
53102. 

The abbey is located one- 
and-one-half miles northeast 
of Antioch. Map sent on 
request or phone (414) 396- 
4311. 




Starting 

Ash Wednesday 

February lfc, 1986 

We Have Fish Fries 

Every Friday & Wednesday Night 

Only $£g*& 

All You Can Eat! 

Rts. 21 And Grand Ave. 
Gurnee', IL 

(312) 336-2620 



Witty character and pup- 
pet, Grampa Cratchet and 
his electric Huckster Wagon 
present a dynamite, 
hilarious, and fun-filled 
stage show for Craft Fair 
USA, March 8 and 9, at 
Wiconsin State Fair Park. 

Craft Fair USA is similar 
to Grampa Cratchet's 

General Store; showcasing 
newly designed crafts, such 
as; holograms, to a revival 




of old patterns and 
techniques in country folk 
' art .' to. antique ' button 
jewelry. More than 500 
exhibitors will invite visitors 
to buy their "wares". 

March 8 and 9, CRAFT 
FAIR USA, Wisconsin State 

Fair Park, open 10 a.m. to 5 
p.m. daily, plenty of free 
parking. Admission: $2 for 
adults; six -12 $i; and 
children under six are free. 



Arts & Crafts 

A special invitation is extended to qualified area artists 
and craftspeople to be among the exhibitors in the 14th An- 
nual Water Tower Art & Craft Festival to be presented by 
American Society of Artists, a national membership 
organization, on Chicago Ave. and adjacent streets between 
Michigan Ave. and Lake Shore Dr. in Chicago on Friday, 
June 27; Saturday, June 28, and Sunday, June 29. 

Additional information may be obtained from The 
American Society of Artists, P.O. Box 1326, Palatine; IL 
60078; telephone (312) 991-4748. 




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To Fete B 

, Big Band Hit Parade, 
fourth attraction in the five- 
concert series sponsored by 
Lake County Community 
Concert "Assn., will perform 
Saturday, March 8, at 8 p.m. 
in Waukegan's West High 
School Auditorium, .2325 
Brookside Ave. 

The incomparable songs 
and sounds of the 1930s, 40s, 
50s and 60s will be performed 
by.the stars who made them . 
hits. 

Each era of entertainment 
features performers who go 
down in the annals of show 
business as "All-Time 
Greats". Some of the most 
memorable stars from the 
"Big Band Era" are brought 
together in the "Big Band 
Hit Parade," "re-creating 
that timeless sound that can 
still set feet tapping and" 
hearts beating. 

Carmen Cavallaro, "The 
Poet of the Piano", ' first 
popularized such now- 
familiar classics as 
"Dancing in the Dark" and 
the soundtrack to "The 
Eddie Duchin Story". His 
popular radio program, best- 
selling recordings for Decca, 
and performances at leading 
nightclubs have made him 
an audience favorite for 
years. 

June Valli, performing 
with husband Jimmy 
Merchant on saxophone, 
starred in the top-rated 
NBC-TV show "Lucky Strike 
Hit Parade" and scored a hit 
record with "Crying in the 
Chapel"; She. has shared the 
stage with such stars as Bob 
Hope, Johnny Carson and 
Andy Williams. 

Herb Jeffries, former 
balladcer with the Duke 
Ellington Orchestra, is 
famous for his renditions of 
"Flamingo," Basin Street 
Blues," and "Sophisticated- 
Lady," among other 
Ellington standards; 

Gene Krupa, the most 
celebrated drummer of all 
time, starred with Ihe Benny 
Goodman Quartet and later 
with his own orchestra. The 
Gene Krupa Orchestra re- 
creates Ihe Krupa legend for 
a whole new generation to 
enjoy. 

More than 100 campaign 
workers from throughout 
Lake County attended the 
annual membership cam- 
' paign dinner Sunday at the 
Northern Chalet in Libcr- 
tyville. 



Featured speaker was 
Louise Goodman, 

representative from the New 
York office of Community 
Concerts . and Columbia 
Artists Management. 

She stated that mem- 
bership applications are 
coming-in at a rapid pace, 
arid workers should make 
every effort- to contact their 
prospects quickly to avoid 
disappointment, should the 
organization experience a 
quick sellout. 

New memberships, as well 
as renewals will be sold in 
the lobby before this 
Saturday's concert as Lake 
County Community Concert 
Assn. launches its 34th 
subscription renewal drive. 

The upcoming 1986-1987 
season will feature the 
Slovak State Folk En- 
semble; renowned jazz 
combo. The Dukes of 
Dixieland, "A Christmas 
Carol" by The Broadway 
Marionettes; soprano Nancy 
Gustafson; and returning by 
popular demand. Toccatas 
and Flourishes-a cornet and 
organ duo; and The Roger 
Wagner Chorale. 

According to Goodman, 
memberships are available 
by season subscription only. 
No tickets to individual 
concerts are sold. Purchases . 
will be accepted on a first- . 
come, first-served basis and 
cost $22 for adult mem- 
berships and $10 for students 
through high school age. 

Concert dates will be 
announced when all 
arrangements are com- 
pleted. All performances arc 
held in the West Campus 
Auditorium of Waukegan 
West High School, 2325 
Brookside Ave. 

Membership requests 
should be addressed to the 
Lake County Community; 
Concert Assn,, Mrs. Walter 
Sorvari, Secretary, 914. 
Muirfield Ave., Waukegan, 
60085, or phone her at (312) 
623-3178. 

Home Delivery 

Home delivery of this 
newspaper and associated 
Lakeland Newspapers is 
easy to arrange. Simply dial 
(312) 223-8161, connect with 
the circulation department 
and ask for home delivery. 
Delivery will start with the 
next issue. 



Cultural Center 
Goes Country 



The American Legion 
Hall, 715 N. Milwaukee Ave., 
Livertyville, will be the site 
of the David Adler Cultural 
Center's March 1 barn dan- 
ce, which will begin at 8 p.m. 

String-band musicians and 
callers whose experience 
and talent are surpassed 
only by their patience will 



walk everyone through each 
dance, so that newcomers 
and old-timers alike can get 
right into the swing of the 
evening. Admission is (3. 

The David Adler Cultural 
Center, 1700, N. Milwaukee 
Ave., Libertyville, is a non- 
profit organization. For in- 
formation call (312) 367-0707. 



Offer Scholarships 

Waukegan Community Players is offering a $200 scholar- 
ship for a summer workshop in theatre/creative arts. The 
scholarship is offered to high school students planning.to con- 
tinue artistic endeavors. The deadline for applications is 
March 31. Applications may be obtained from Harvey Steen, 
Waukegan Community Players' president. He may be 
reached at (312) 872-5584 (home) or (312) 872-7273 (work). 
Recipient must give a presentation of what was learned at 
the workshop to a general membership meeting of Waukegan 

Community Players. ^ 

Thursday. February a/, WA 



Schedule Oz Auditions 



The Genesee Theatre, in 
conjunction with "the 
Potawatomi Theatre Co., 
will be presenting "The 
Wizard of Oz," directed by 
Mark Heller, on April 18, at 
9:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. and 
April 19, at noon and 3 p.m. 

Persons of all ages in- 
terested in auditioning for all 
parts or working backstage, 
please be at the Genesee 
Theatre, 205 N. Genesee, 



Waukegan, on March's, at 7 
p.m., or call Mark Heller at 
(312) 291-1117 days, or (312) 
395-2463 nights, or the 
Genesee Theatre office, 
(312)336-0428. 

Ticket prices are $4 adults, 
$2.50 students, groups, 
military and senior citizens. 
For reservations or in- 
formation, please call the 
Genesee Theatre, (312) 336- 
0428. 



Welcomes AAc Menus 



The David Adler Cultural 
Center will welcome 
Michelle Mc Manus Welch to 
the music staff as of March 
1. 

Welch, who has eight 
years of teaching ex- 
perience, will teach 



traditional and Suzuki violin. 

Parents interested in 
enrolling their children in 
Suzuki or traditional violin 
programs are asked to call 
(312) 367-0707 for in- 
formation. 



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Father-Daughter 
Dance At Carmel 



The student council at 
t'urmel High School for Girls 
is sponsoring a father- 
daughter dance on Saturday, 
March 1, in the school 
cafeteria, from 8-11 p.m. 
Tickets purchased in ad- 
vance are $6 per couple and 
$7 at the door. 

"Hail To The Chief" is the 
theme for the evening and 
the girls are planning to give 
special attention to their 
"dates." Nominations for 



king are now being accepted 
by student council members. 
The lucky dad who is chosen 
king will be crowned at the 
dance at approximately 9:30 
p.m. The three runners-up 
will serve as his court. 

An appetizer buffet and 
soft drink bar are the 
planned refreshments. 
Student coordinator is 
Bridget Gordon and faculty 
moderator is Theresa 
Kaiser. 



Hold Vegas Night 



The Antioch Jaycees plan 
to hold their annual Las 
Vegas Night on Saturday, 
March 8 at the Antioch VFW 
Memorial Home on North 
Ave. 

All proceeds raised 
through ticket sales, con- 
tributions and donations are 
used to fund Jaycee projects. 
These projects. include, but' 
are not limited to: a scholar- 
ship to Antioch Community 
High School, boating, hun- 
ting and snowmobile safety 
courses, and sending 
children to Camp New Hope. 
The organization will also 
make a contribution to the 
Antioch Viking Youth Foot- 
ball Program based on funds 
raised at Las Vegas Night. 

Ticket prices are a $5 
.deration if purchased in ad- 
vance or $6 at the door. 
Everyone who buys a ticket, 
will be eligible for the door 
prizes and those who attend 
will also receive $5,000 in 
play money. The door prizes 



were provided by the 
Jaycees in Conjunction with 
the following banks: First 
National Bank of Antioch 
donated a $400 travel cer- 
tificate; Bank of 
Waukegan's Antioch facility, 
a $200 color tv; and the State 
Bank of Antioch, a $150 gift 
certificate to the store of 
your choice in Antioch. 

The doors will open at 7 
p.m. Prizes will be awarded 
throughout the evening. All 
those with play money left at 
midnight will be eligible to 
participate in an auction and 
bid on prizes donated by 
area businesses. Over $2,500 
in prizes have been donated 
so far, and the figure may 
well reach $4,000. 

Tickets are available in 
advance at the First 
National Bank of Antioch, 
Bank of Waukegan's Antioch 
Facility, State Bank of An- 
tioch, True Value Hardware 
and Awards By Kaydan on 
Main St. 



Slates Candy Sale 



The Camp Fire Girls and 
Boys of the Lake County 
area will be selling candy 
March 3 through March 17. 

Proceeds from the sale 
will be used for supplies, the 
charter fee, programs and 
office help. This is the only 
fundraiser conducted by the 
Council. The organization is 
non-profit and is not funded 



by the United Way. 

The youth members will 
be selling the World's Finest 
Milk Chocolate with Almon- 
ds, a 4.25 oz. bar for $2; also 
4.40 boxes of chocolate mint 
melt-awaysfor$2. 

Members will receive 
awards and candy sales pat- 
ches for selling. They also 
receive business experience 
and develop self confidence. 



Church 

Sponsors 

'Fling' 

The Women of Christ 
Lutheran Church will hold 
their second annual "Spring 
Fling" from 10 a.m. to 2 
p.m., Saturday, March 15 at 
the church located on Hwy. 
50, Paddock Lake. 

There will be free babysit- 
ting for those parents who 
are looking at Easter 
baskets and other surprises. 

There will be plenty of 
baked goods and coffee 
available and a luncheon to 
purchase at $3.50 for adults 
and $1.50 for children. 

Cards, gifts, stationary 
and gift wrap will be sold at 
Glady's Gift shop. 

Pound Puppy sweaters 
and Cabbage Patch outfits, 
baby sweaters and toys, to 
name a few, will be on hand. 

Tickets will be offered to 
redeem such prizes as a 
Beauti-Vue Sunburst Clock 
or some knick-knacks to use 
to "Spring Up" your home! 

Woodcrafts such as bird- 
feeders and picture frames, 
along with plants, more hand 
sewed items, and candies 
will also be there. 

Everyone is invited to at- 
tend the Spring Fling, there 
is something for everyone. 

Try For 

Music 

Honors 

Five Wilmot students 
auditioned for the Wisconsin 
Music Assn. State Honors 
Chorus and Band on Satur- 
day, Feb. 8, in Waukesha. 
Rob Chapleau, Karin Cor- 
dcr, Julie Sacco, Michelle 
Longway and Amy Anderson 
were accompanied by Lynn 
Opitz, choral music director. 

Each student performed a 
solo, various exercises, and 
a number of sight-reading 
selections. They were rated 
in each category and will 
learn the results of their ef- 
forts in late March. 



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Support Cancer Benefit Show 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Depke, Warren Twp. supervisor and Lake County board 
member Dist. 5, left, and Marilyn Sterbenz, Antioch Woman's Club, were among 
800 guests that enjoyed the benefit fashion show held at the Marriott Lincolnshire 
sponsored by the Lake County Chapt. of the American Cancer Society. Co- 
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nucleus of concerned Lake County citizens and members of the 10th Dist. of Ihe 
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Carthage College students 
were introduced to Teacher 
Place and Parent Resources 
on Feb. 17. The 17 students 
are double education majors 
in elementary and special 
education who are student 
teaching both semesters. 

The focus of the day long 
professional development 
session was the development 
of alternative methods and 
materials for teaching 
basics to exceptional 
children. 



Dr. Ellen Stern and Dr. 
Lloyd Meiis, Carthage 
faculty members, arranged 
for the field trip and 
workshop to the unique lear- 
ning center in Burlington. 
' Judity Schulz was the in- 
structor and facilitator for 
the day. She said "getting 
our nutrition from eggs in 
the morning can happen in 
many forms; e.g., scram- 
bled, over-easy or perhaps in - 
omelet style. 

"Some of us prefer one 
style over another, and some 



of us can not even eat a par- 
ticular style. We do hot find 
it palatable. It is the same 
for learing and consuming 
knowledge. Thus activities 
from different approaches 
and tastes are necessary for 
teaching children ef- 
fectively, just as variety in a 
diet is needed," she said. 

She noted that the center is 
a network of ideas and a sup- 
port system for everyone 
who works with children, 
youth or adults in a teaching 
situation. 



The recent "Report on the 
Commission of Reading: 
Becoming a Nation of 
Readers" indicates that too 
much time is spent on 
worksheets and not enough 
time engaged in actual 
reading and in receiving 
reading instruction. 

Teacher Place offers alter- 
natives to those worksheets. 
The center is open to the 
public Tuesdays and Wed- 
nesdays from 1 to 7 p.m.; 
and Saturdays between id 



a.m. and 4 p.m. It is a non- 
profit resource without any 
government funding. 

Other groups who use the 
center include parents, scout 

leaders, higher education 
faculty, activity directors, 

businesses doing in-house 
training, administrators, 4-H 

leaders and religious 
educators. The center is 

located at 380 N. Pine, 
Burlington. 



Camp Ravens wood Starts 
Health & Fitness Classes 



Many new health 
programs have just started 
at the Camp Ravenswood 
YMCA in Lake Villa, 
programs ^that concentrate 
on rcctifyhg ailing backs and 
uncomfortable abdominal 
conditions. 

A program called 
"Healthy Back," started on 
Feb. 24 and will run through 
April 19, from 6:30 to 7 :15 
p.m. on Mondays and 
Thursdays. It is a seven- 
week session. This program 
is guaranteed to improve 
any aching back conition. 

"Abdominal Conditioning, 
a program teaching how to 
properly exercise abdominal 
muscles started Feb. 25 and 
it will run for seven weeks 



until April 19, every Tuesday 
and Thursday, from 5:45 to 
6:15 p.m. and on Satudays, 
from 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. 

Fitness classes have 
already been set to take 
place . for one hour, from 
11 : 30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sign- 
up for these classes can be 
done at the camp off of 
Grand Ave in Lake Villa 
Twp.. 

The "Y" will be 
celebrating St. Paddy's day, 
from 1:30 p.m., on Sunday, 
March 16 with a five and a 
two mile run plus water 
Olympic games. 

Refreshments will be 
served and prizes ranging 
from free memberships, 
guest passes and class 



discounts will be awarded to 
participants. 

This is another "freebee". 

A planning session to study 
the possibility of beginning a 
volunteer club will meet at 9 
a.m., on Tuesday, March' 11, 
at Camp Ravenswood. 



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Bowl-A-Thon 
Set For Venita 



Venita L. McConnel, GOP 
candidate for Lake County 
clerk, will be the guest of 
honor at a bowl-a-thon 
hosted for her on March I, at 
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Exhibit Opens 



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The Community Gallery of 
Art at the College of Lake 
County hosts an exhibition 
by artists who have spent 



Schedule 

Modeling 

Classes 



The. 
Recreation 



Lindenhurst 
Dept. is once 
again offering 

modeling/fashion classes for 
ladies nine years and older. 
Class participants will learn 
proper etiquette, modeling, 
^kin-care; speech, wardrobe, 
manner techniques and have 
fun too! 

The class will meet on 
Fridays (for six weeks of 
classes, plus rehearsal and a 
fashion show if the class 
decides to perform). Dates 
of the session are April 18 - 
June 6. Class hours are from 
5:30-6:30 p.m. Class will 
meet at the Lindenhurst 
Village Hall. Instructor or 
the class is Tricia Yates. Fee 
is $15 for Lindenhurst 
residents and $19 for non- 
residents. 

Registration for the 
classes will be accepted 
March 24-29 at the Lin- 
denhurst Village Hall. 
Regular B hours for 
registration are Monday - 
Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Satur- 
day 9 a.m.-noon. Those 
coming after 5 p.m. to 
register may do so with the 
police clerks, must have 
exact change or make 
payment with a check. For 
further information call Lin- 
denhurst Recreation Dept. 
(312)356-6011. 



time at Ragdale over the 
past 10 years. The exhibit 
opens Friday, March 7 and 
runs through April 13. 

Ragdale, located in Lake 
Forest, is a sanctuary for ar- 
tists, writers and scholars 
from the U.S. and abroad. 
Former Ragdale fellows 
submitted entries for this an- 
niversary collection. Four 
judges selected pieces to 
capture the spirit of 
creativity and diversity 
celebrated at Ragdale. 

"The College of Lake 
County is proud to be a part 
of this 10th anniversary 
celebration by assisting in 
organizing and hosting the 
first viewing of this traveling 
exhibition," Steven Jones, 
curator, Community Gallery 
of Art, said. . 



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ADVERTISING OFFICES: 
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TRENDIES 

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(Continued from Page 1A) 

votes by going directly to the people. 

Geary is counting^ on support from the 
same forces that worked to put Mark King 
into office last year as Antioch Township 
highway commissioner, defeating Dave 
Health who ran with the support of Antioch 
Supervisor Jim Fields, who also is a Disl. 4 
County Board .representative and foe of 
Geary. 

Thus the stage is set for a clash between 
Ri ng a nd P iclds supporters. 

Antioch political observers also expect 
that Mayor Ray Toft will have something to 
say about the County Board race., Toft is 
known to be dissatisfied with Fields* per- 
formance and could challenge Fields in the 
future. 

Continuing to work closely with Grant 
Township Republicans as he has in the past, 
Fields will be supporting the party team of 
Anderson and Kiesgen. 

The other candidate in the County Board 
race is William "Bill" Mestan, a retired Fox 
Lake restaurant and lounge operator, who is 
teaming with Geary. 



Fatal Crash: 

(Continued from Page 1A) 

in the Indian Point area in the past. 

Don Fechtner said that three years ago his 
boat sustained $2200 worth of damage after 
hitting the submerged pilings of a duck blind 
that was cut off at the ice when removed. 
Although Fechtner called several area agen- 
cies including the Lake County Sheriffs 
Department, the Illinois Department of 
Transprotation, the Fox Lake Police Depart- 
ment, The Illinois Department of. Con- 
servation, and the U.S. Army Corps of 
Engineers, he said he was unable to deter- 
mine who was responsible for the duck blind. 

According to Fechtner, Thomsen struck a 
•" thick piece of plywood that was concealed 
by grass. Fechtner said that there are about 
five such blinds in a row near Indian Point. 



Fields and Republican regulars have 
challenged Geary's party credentials, saying 
that he votes too much with the Democratic 
bloc on the County Board. 

Geary has retorted by stressing his ex- 
perience and qualifications, and has fired 
back a challenge of his own. 

"Who has done more for the people and 
voters of Dist. 4 than Norm Geary? It cer- 
tainly isn't Jim Fields," the veteran County 
Board leader declared. 

Interestingly enough, Kempf is going with 
the township endorsement in backing An- 
derson and Kiesgen. 

Fields was among a group of County Board 
Republican regulars who reportedly en- 
couraged Anderson toseek a nomination. 

Geary strategists feel that a strong vote in 
Antioch will win a nomination for their 
candidate since they expect to carry Avon, 
Lake Villa and neutralize Grant with 
Mestan's presence. 

Conversely, Geary foes are looking for a 
solid front in Grant and Antioch to form a 
base to deny the long-time Grayslake leader 
victory. 




Fechtner feels that, stricter controls, which 
exist on other lakes, should be enforced on 
Fox Lake. 

Fechtner is an experienced snowmobiler 
who was also out snowmobiling on the night 
of Feb. 22. He described visibility on that 
night as "marginal" and said that anyone 
who did not know the area may have had dif- 
ficulty seeing the duck blinds. Fechtner feels 
that something must be done about these 
duck blinds before anyone else is injured or 
killed. 

"The insurance company paid for my boat, 
and I paid the deductible, but now that 
someone has died I feel that something must 
be done," said Fechtner. 

It remains to be seen whether or not 
anything wilt be done concerning this issue. . 



Classes Begin 

Antioch Parks and 
Recreation is announcing 
it's Aerobics Class is headed 
into it's second session. The 
classes are Monday, 
Tuesday and Thursday 
evenings from 7-B p.m. The 
class cost $8 for each night of 
instruction. The instructor 
for the class is Theresa 
Weber at the Old Fire 
Station and the next session 
begins March 3. For sign up 
call Glenda at 39S-2160 

Schedule Meeting 

The March 3 meeting of 
the Antioch Woman's Club 
will present Luann Poll, a 
ventriloquist from Lake 
Villa. We first heard of Mrs. 
Poll in Bob Greene's column 
in the Chicago Tribune. She 
was picked by the judges to 
be named "Mrs. Greene's 
World Of 1384." The only 
pageant in the world con- 
ducted by mail, the pageant 
was initiated in 1975 to honor 
the new American woman. 
The Antioch Woman's Club 
is interested in how she ex- 
presses her feelings through 
her friend "Eloise." 

Resume Art Classes 

Adult oil painting classes 
at Antioch Community High 
School will resume on March 
5, 7-9 p.m. There are a few 
openings available for new 
participants. This popular 
class is taught by Jane 
Craner, a local artist and 
retired Antioch Community 
High School art teacher. The 
twelve week course will cost 
$24 and you can register by 
appearing at the first class 
March 5, in the high school 
art room at 7 p.m. No 
previous art experience is 
necessary as instruction is 
on an individual basis. For 
further information you may 
call Jane at her home, 395- 
0837. 



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in becoming newspaper 
carriers for the Antioch 
News-Reporter are invited 
to stop at the office, 952 Main 
St.. or call 395-8700 for in- 
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Seek Photo Ideas 

If your club or 
organization is planning a 
special event that lends itself 
to photo coverage. 



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Deborah J. Connors, of 
212G6 W. Grass Lake Rd., 

Antioch, was among the 112 
graduate students at Illinois 

State University who have 
completed requirement for 

master's degrees with the 
close of the 1985 fall session. 
Conners received a Masters 
of Science degree. 



Model Fashions 

Ann Kakcek, of Antioch, one of the volunteer models at the benefit fashion show 
put on by the Lake County Chapter of the American Cancer Society, shows off on of 
the 1 many ensembles on display at the show. The show was performed at Marriott 
Hotel in Lincolnshire on Feb. 23. About 800 people attended the show. 



Register 
March 4 

Registration for fall kin- 
dergarten and screening is 

being held for residents of 
Antioch Community Con- 
solidated School District 34 
on March 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 
p.m. and 6:30 - 8 p.m. in the 
evening and March 5 and 6 
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Locations for registration 
include W.C. Petty Elemen- 
tary School, (312) 395-1440, 
Oakland Grade School, (312) 
395-1730, and Antioch 
Elementary School, (312) 
395-0845. 

Parents will be given an 
appointment date for kin- 
dergarten screening during 
the week of March 10 when 
Uiey register. According to 
state law, the new age 
deadline is five years old on 
or before Nov. 1, 1986. Paren- 
ts will need a birth cer- 
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at time of registration. 




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Former' KenbsHa 
Municipal Judge. Mark R. 
Fennema has, pleaded no 
contest to six counts of em- 
bezzling $72,204 from clients 
of a law firm he once worked 
for, Atty. Gen. Branson C. La 
Follette announced. 

Fennema, 36, is a Kenosha 
attorney who was reported 
missing by his .wife on June 
6, 1985.- His car was found in 
a garage near Grant Park in 
Chicago about a week later. 

Fennema^ was discovered 
in a Phoenix, Ariz^ hospital 
after a one-car accident on 
Aug.. 18.- He waived ex- 



tradition to Wisconsin in Oc- 
tober of 1985. 

The investigation was con- 
ducted by- the Wisconsin 
Dept. of Justice's Division of 
Criminal Investigation and 
the Kenosha Police Dept. 

The theft of client funds oc- 
curred from . 1981 through 
' May of 1985. According to 
charges, Fennema would 
settle personal injury ac- 
tions by depositing clients' 
checks from insurance com-, 
panies into his trust account 
and continue to tell the client 
the, matter was still in 



litigation./ 

-The state justice depart- 
ment agreed as part of the 
plea agreement that it would 
recommend that Fennema 
be sentenced to no more than 
five years in prison. The 
maximum penalties on all 
counts are 60 years in prison 
and $60,000 in fines. 

Sentencing will be April U 
in Kenosha County Circuit 
Court. Fennema 's no contest 
plea occurred Feb. 18 in 
Elkhorn before Walworth 
County Circuit Judge James 
Carlson. 



Anderson Hits 40, 
To Celebrate March 1 



. "Life begins at Forty" will 
be the theme for a birthday 
celebration honoring Pat 
Anderson, Avon Twp. 
Highway Commissioner and 
County Board hopeful. 

Anderson, a life-long Avon 
Twp. resident,, is currently 
running for one of the two 
Dist. 4 County Board seats to 
be filled March 18.. 



Juli Chittenden, better 
known as "the Black and 
Blues Sister", will be on 
hand to help ease the pain of 
Pat's 40th birthday, as well 
as greet well-wishers and 
autograph posters. 

The event will be held on 
Saturday, March l, from 2 
until 5 p.m., in the Tiffany 
Room at Lakes Bow, 601 W. 
Railroad, Round Lake. 



Seminar March 3 




Quality Work 

"Bob Koubo, (righr), service manager at Lyons and Ryan Ford looks over results of a 
diagnostic ;es' with mechanic Bill Craig. The service center promotes qualtiy work 
by requiring -ha* all of their technicians be certified by the Ford Motor Company. 
The center also gives a monthly 'Technician of the Month' award for excellence and 
quality of work. • 



. Scott Hickman, biology in- 
structor at the College of 
•Lake County, will present a 
lecture titled "Bird Resear- 
ch on an Uninhabited 
Tropica) Island," Monday, 
March 3, 7 p.m. on the 
Grayslake campus. 

Bird Takes 
Grappling. 
Top Title 

Central High School's top 
varsity wrestler, Kevin Bird, 
119 pounds, won the 119 title 
at the sectional at 
Janesville-Parker on Feb. 22 
and will repreent the 
Falcons with a 27-0 record in 
the state tournament in 
Madison on Feb. 27. 

Falcon grappler Scott 
Seitz, 126 pounds, finished 
his season with a 19-9 record, 
coming in in third place' in 
the tourney. 



Hickman, of Mundelein, 
was part of a research team 
that investigated the nesting 
biology and behavior of birds 
on a small, uninhabited 
island that is part of the 
Canary Islands chain. 
, The lecture is part of the 
College Biology Seminar 
Series and is free and open to 
the public. 

For more information, call 
Jerry Hinkley,.. (312) 223- 
6601. ext. 322 or 445. 



Admission will be $5 and 
will include free beer, soft 
drinks and hors d'eouvres. 
Birthday cake will also be 
served, 

Everyone is invited to wish 
Pat well on his 40th birthday 
and talk with him ' about 
issues in the up-coming GOP 
primary election. Anderson 
slates that "Tomorrow's 
future is in our hands and we 
as County Board members, 
have to make the right 
decisions today, thus en- 
suring quality life now and in 
the future. 

Tickets for Anderson's 
40th birthday party fund- 
raiser can be purchased at 
the. door, or by calling (312) 
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Veteran Lake County political leader Nor- has been chairman of the Tax Board of 

man Geary is projecting a new "fighting Review, and is a Certified Illinois Assessing 

image as he battles for renomination as a Officer. He has served as chairman of the 

candidate for County Board Dist. 4 represen- Health, Education and Welfare Committee, 



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nominations from a GOP dominated district 
covering Antioch,, Lake Villa, Grant and 
Avon townships. 

"I'm down to my best fighting weight in 
years," Geary asserts' to describe how he 
feels after recovering from Christmas Eve 
surgery to correct a heart problem. 

The Avon Twp. supervisor and former 
County Board chairman lost 20 pounds as 
part of his recovery routine. 

With the Republican precinct .apparatus 
already on record in the four-township area 
as opposing him, the silver-haired county 
finance specialist is involved in one of the 
toughest battles of his more than 20 year in- 
volvement in county government. 

"Yes, I'm fighting. I've learned over the 
years that to fight to get the right thing done 



was chairman of the Community Develop- 
ment Commission for six years, and is 
currently a member of that body. 

Since 1960, Geary has been chairman of the 
powerful Finance and Administration Com- 
mittee, which exerts more control over coun- 
ty financial management than any other 
Board committee or individual. 

Just one other Dist. 4 candidate is qualified 
to represent local voters on the County 
Board, Geary believes. That person is 
William "BUI Mestan of Fox Lake, former 
owner of the popular Waltonian Restaurant. 
Geary and Mestan are campaigning as a 
team. 

Mestan bought, the Waltonian in 1958 and 
developed it into one of the area's most suc- 
cessful restaurants. "That was an 



"I'm fighting corruption. I'm fighting for achievement which required hard work, long 



the citizens of Dist. 4 and the people of Lake 
County," Geary avowed. c 

The resident of Grays take has taken the 
position that the overriding issue in the Mar- 
ch 18 primary in Dist. 4 is candidate 
qualifications. 

The Lake County budget for 1986 is more 
than $100 million, and the complexity and 
responsibilities of county government are 
greater now than ever before. All of this, he 
predicted, will be further complicated when 
reduction of the federal budget begins to be 
felt at the state and county levels. Public ser 



hours and a great deal of solid business sen- 
se, all of which are necessary if a County 
Board member is to intelligently represent 
his constituents the way they deserve to be 
represented," Geary said. He added that "I 
feel very comfortable as Bill's running 
mate." 

In the meantime, Geary does not hesitate 
to admit that local Republican party 
organizations have endorsed his and 
Mestan's opponents. He dismissed the im- 
portance of that, however, explaining that it 
was expected. "The good old boy 



vice experience, proven ability to do things Republicans who have traditionally tried to 
right, and specialized knowledge will be dominate District 4 politics and want people 
essential, Geary asserted, if the quality of on the Board who will do as they're told," he 
government services is to be preserved and 
even improved in .the face of tighter 
budgeting. 

Justifying his qualifications for reelection, 
Geary referred to his record of more than 20 
years as a productive member of the Lake 
County Board, 23 years as supervisor of Avon 
Township, and prior experience as a 
Gray slake Village Trustee. 



said, and "there's little danger that our op- 
ponents would dare to do any thinking on 
■ their own." : 

Geary stated hotly: "I'm proud of my 
longtime reputation for being an independent 
Republican who is able to cooperate with 
Republicans and Democrates alike." That, 
he declared, is "the only way to get things 



Geary has served as County Board chair- done for the benefit of the people of Dist. 4 
man and County Liquor Commissioner. He and everyone in Lake County." 




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Marine Commandant 
To Address League 



General' Paul X. Kelley, 
commandant of the United 

States Marine Corps., will be 
guest speaker at a dinner co- 
sponsored by the Chicago 
area Navy League councils. 

The dinner and program 
will be open to the public and 
will be held Saturday, April 



5, at the Chicago Marriott 
Schaumburg, 50 No. Mar- 
tingale Rd., Schaumburg, 
HI. 

Tickets are $25 per person 
and reservations will be 
taken for tables of 10. At- 
tendance is limited to 700. No 
tickets will be sold at the 
door. Reservations can be 



made with Kenneth Wood, 
' .P.O. Box 446, Lake Bluff. 

Sponsoring "Navy League 
councils are Chicago, Glen- 
view, Aurora, Niles and 
Lake County 

More information may be 
obtained by contacting 
Chairman Fred Carl, (312) 
490-9220, or Robert W. Mit- 
chler, (312) 554-8296. , 




State Check 



Lake County Forest Preserve President Donald Stronger receives a $300,000 check 
from Illinois Dept. of Conservation Director Michael Witte for the acquisition of the 
Besinger (Wadsworth Savanna) property. Attending the check presentation 
ceremony were: (from left to right) Lake County Board members Pat Wilson, 
Robert Depke. Jim LaBelle, Witte and Stronger , Glenn Miller' and Eleanor 
Rostron.— Photo by Devon Nelson. 




Feb. 25, 1986 



Dear Neighbor: 



In our. last episode, we stated that as County Board members; we would stand on our 
heads to get the job done. What does this mean? What is it to be a County Board 
member? Is it to occupy time and space and talk about the some Issues year after 
year? Though important these issues are part of normal day to day County Board 
business. 

We feel that It takes more than this to be a GOOD County Board member. A County 
■ Board member should be concerned with the basic human needs of the people they 
represent. There are many county,. state and federal agencies. In addition .to many 
private organizations that have funds available to meet these needs; there is no 
reason why families should be cremated In their own homes because they cannot af- 
ford a new furnace or repairs, or to sleep in automobiles because they have no 
where else to go or a working person that cannot have medical attention because 
they have no insurance or the money to afford it. Why should Senior Citizens do 
without the necessities In life because they do not know who to contact or what to 
do?? Parents having a problem with a youngster, not knowing which way to turn. * 
There are many, many problems that could be solved, if only knowing who to con- 
tact. This should be your County Board representative. If this person is not able to 
help you, then the job is not getting done. 

We who belong to mony civic and fraternal organizations that are dedicated to help- 
ing others, wilfunderstand the problems and the solution to many. Remember these 
agencies are funded by your tax dollar. It is your money, not charity. 

We who are known as the Laurel and Hardy of Lake County, are honored to be com- 
pared to such lovable people, that for many years have brought happiness and jay to 
millions of people throughout the world. In our small way, we hope to compare by 
making life a little brighter for the people we represent. As we stated, *We will 
stand on our heads to get the job done," and no clowning around I 

On election day, this coming March 18th, we ask your support. 

-The End- 





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HAROLD R. KIRCHHARDT 

President 



WILLIAM H.SCHROEDER 

Publisher 



No. 1 Mess— Insurance 



If liability insurance affordability and 
availability isn't the No. 1 problem in Illinois 
today, it is close to the top. The mess in- 
volving property and casualty insurance has 
reached crisis proportions. To his credit, 
Gov. James Thompson has identified the in- 
surance crisis as his first business priority 
for the 1986 legislative session. 

The topsy turvy situation has resulted in 
premiums skyrocketing as claims "go 
through the roof." Governmental units, 
business and private citizens all are in the 
same boat. When insurance is available, 
costs are prohibitive in many cases. Many 
small businesspersons are going to "self in- 
surance," which often means no insurance at 
all. Clearly, something has to be done to 
avoid total chaos. 

Basically, reform of the Illinois civil 
justice system is vital to restore order and 
sensibility. The governor is going to confront 
the insurance mess by pushing for changes in 
the state's tort system. Even his political 
enemies should applaud Thompson's stand 



on the insurance crisis. 

It's time to do away with the "deep 
pocket" theory where plaintiffs are allowed 
to collect damages from the party who can 
best afford to pay. The system has been 
abused and belies good sense or fairness. 

Defedants have to be protected from 
paying disproportionate awards. The law 
must provide ceilings on claim settlements. 

At the same time it is calling for insurance 
reform, the Illinois State Chamber of Com- 
merce rightly points out that any kind of a 
legislative "quick fix" will be dangerous. 
Overhaul of the civil justice system is 
paramount, not clamping down on rates or 
controlling the market place. 

When premiums rise from 100 to 1,000 per- 
cent customers and taxpayers are bound to 
suffer. With an election year at hand, 1986 
will be an excellent time to correct insurance 
problems. When citizens meet legislator on 
the campaign trail, their questions should in- 
clude, "What are you doing about the in- 
surance mess?" 



No Class 

Editor: 

You printed a letter from an Antioch 
resident. He referred to Grant Twp. in rather 
pejorative terms. 

Antioch can rightfully boast many positive- 
attributes. Many of the policies and. 
programs of that community bear 
emulation'. 

I am the first to admit that we have many 
faults. However, I do not judge a person by 
his faults, but rather by what he is doing to 
correct them. Those with any knowledge 
realize that this is one community that is 
pulling together to create a town we can all 
be proud of. 

At this time of reassessing and self- 
criticism, one thing that would make me 
angry is if a Fox Lake resident wrote such a 
letter exhibiting so little class. 

William C. Dam 
Mayor of Fox Lake 

Hard To Understand 

Editor: 

The many headlines and newspaper ar- 
ticles one reads today are a bit confusing. 

AARP News Bulletin for February has two 
bold healdines one on top of the other that in- 
forms us seniors that No. 1 - "Many older 




Americans will benefit from House-passed 
tax-reform bill endorsed by Association," 
and directly below No. 2-"Cuts required un- 
der Gramm-Rudman Act threaten programs 
many older persons rely on." . 

A total of 1,379 new pages from the House 
Ways and Means committee simplifying the 
Code? Further, the Lake Villa Record last 
week, "Trustees and Frayer agree to 
solution on sewage problem"... This week 
Mayor Frayer says," Trustees butt out" . 

The Fire Dept/ Rescue Squad squabble 
goes on and on and on. I hope that it will not 
develop into the famous Sears vs.' U.S. Gov't - 
12 years of litigation and $20 million in legal 
fees. Sears is now contemplating suing the 
U.S. to recover the $20 million on the basis 
that the suit "was frivolous, and un- 
warranted". 

The Dist. 4 Taxpayers Assn. should follow 
Sears and tile suit to recover all the legal fees 
this Fire Dept. /Rescue squabble has ac- 
cumulated to date. I wonder if this would 
deter the "Let's Sue" syndrome? This suit 
can also be classified as "frivolous and un- 
warranted." 

EdQuirsfeld, 
Crooked Lake 



Smooth-As-Silk Dixon 
Dim On Thompson Ties 



Where Are The Rallies? 



Two avowed political enemies, Robert 
"Bob" Depke of Warren Twp. and Norman 
Geary of Avon Twp., probably will be sur- 
prised to learn that they agree on something. 

The two neighboring supervisors and can- 
didates in the March 18 primary for 
nomination as County Board members both 
are lamenting the fact that things are 
unusually quiet so far for hotly contested 
elections and that there are few forums for 
candidates to air their views in the dwindling 
weeks before election day. 

Depke mentioned that his schedule at the 
moment calls for only several public 
meetings that normally are not well- 
attended. Geary opined that the scant time 
before voters go to the polls allows no op- 
portunity to discuss issues. 

If time is short and public forums are few, 
what in the world will Depke, Geary and 
their fellow candidates be doing between now 
and March 18? If they want to win, they'd 



better be getting their individual teams 
organized and turned on because other than 
media mention, it is true that the political 
process doesn't provide much candidate 
discourse on serious issues. For all intensive 
purposes, the primary exercise to be con- 
ducted next month is a popularity contest 
and as such doesn't serve the purpose of 
shedding much light on what's going on and 
what is at stake. 

Government would be better if provisions 
could be made for candidates to be put under 
the spotlight of public scrutiny at open 
meetings. As one organization with a vested 
interest in what's happening, the Republican 
party could exert greater responsibility in af- 
fording its candidates an opportunity to put 
their wares on public display other than 
having insiders pass out literature and but- 
tonhole voters. How about some old- 
fashioned political rallies? 



Essential Ingredient 



From all sides, the reception to 
Waukegan's plans to develop the "French 
Riviera of the Midwest" at the Lake 
Michigan lakefront, has been enthusiastic. 
One of the reasons, perhaps, is that little or 
no local money will be spent for the project, 
and planners envision that federal aid being 
sought is a pittance, 

Where the money is coming from for the 
proposed project estimated to cost $328 
million, apparently is of minor concern. Suf- 
fice it to say that Mayor Robert Sabonjian 
"ain't whistle'n Dixie" and that the venture 
capita] needed to transform the decaying 
lakefront will eventually materialize from 
somewhere. 

Without a doubt, Sabonjian caught the fan- 
cy of a lot of folks with his description of tur- 
ning a 78-acre site into expensive con- 
dominiums, a hotel and convention center, a 
maritime museum, more boat slips and a 
waterfront retail district with a nautical 
theme. 

Even though the whole thing sounds a wee 
bit overblown-there even is talk about run- 
ning cable cars from Sheridan Rd. to the 
water's edge-our point is not to ridicule the 
project. More power to Waukegan and 
Mayor Sabonjian. 

What is significant is that once again, the 
essential ingredient for good times ahead is 
water. Lake County obviously was well-, 
named. We've got big lakes and little lakes 
and dozens of bodies of water in between. 
The lakes were important in our past and no 
one can argue that the lakes won't be im- 
portant in the future. 



Even as Waukegan hopes to capitalize on 
one of its most precious resources, Lake 
Michigan, so can just about every other- com- 
munity in Lake County integrate a lake or a 
nearby body of water into plans for better 
living. We shouldn't ever forget that a lake is 
a key pari of our future. 

No Column 

Bill Schroeder did not write Editor's 
Viewpoint this week. His column will be 
resumed next week. 



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U.S. Sen. Alan J. Dixon, an enormously 
' popular Democrat, will be seeking his second 
six-year term in the 1986 elections. Dixon is 
the most successful vote-getter in Illinois 
history. Since he entered politics' in 1948 as a 
Belleville police magistrate, his won-loss 
record is 27-0. Dixon has become widely- 
known because he has been in public office 
and politics for years: 12 as a state represen- 
tative, eight as a state senator, she as a state 
treasurer, four as secretary of state and five 
as U.S. senator. 

Dixon is a charming, affable, articulate 
politician. He has built a successful public 
career by projecting himself as a centrist, 
noncommittal, rhiddle-of- the road politician: 



Steinke 
On Politics 



My late grandfather used to distrust this kind 
of politician. He would say: "The only thing 
in the middle of the road is a yellow stripe 
where the possums go to die." Two weeks 
ago, I had my first opportunity to converse 
with Sen. Dixon during an interview session 
with Lakeland Newspapers. Here are some 
samples of Dixon's commentaries. 

1. POLITICAL COLLUSION: In political 
circles, it is common knowledge that 
Democratic Sen. Alan J. Dixon and 
Republican Gov. Jim Thompson are close 
persona] friends. This relationship has fueled 
speculation that Gov. Thompson didn't 
recruit a strong GOP candidate to oppose 
Sen. Dixon's reelection bid. In exchange, the 
popular Senator would extend only 
lukewarm support to Adlai E. Stevenson HI, 
Thompson's opponent in the November elec- 
tion. Dixon disputed this contention when he 
pointed out that Gov. Thompson had at- 
tempted to persuade Congressman Phil 
Crane to run for the U.S. Senate. Then I 
asked Sen. Dixon: "Do you think Jim Thom- 
pson has been a good governor?" Dixon 
replied: "I am not going- to badmouth Jim 
Thompson. I am NOT critical of his ad- 
ministration nor the man." It certainly soun- 
ds to me like there is a Dixon - Thompson 
deal to facilitate their mutual reelection. 
What do you think, Bob Neal? You're a party 
purist. 

2. HELP ILLINOIS: Dixon was elected to 
the U.S. Senate in 1980 when he crushed his 
GOP opponent, David C. O'Neal, by a 619,000- 
vote margin. During the campaign, Dixon 
promised that he would work for Illinois in- 
terests. He pledged that he would return our 
federal taxes from Washington in the form of 
contracts, grants, and projects. During our 
interview session with Sen. Dixon, I read 
some newspaper headlines and items to him 
documenting how our congressional 
delegation has failed to secure federal tax 
dollars for our state. 



Here are some of the newspaper clippings 
that I read to the Senator: Illinois big loser in 
defense contracts; Illinois shortchanged by 
U.S. ; State ranks Last in the return of federal 
taxes; average federal tax bill up $267; 
Illinois' per capita burden of $3,190 ranks fif- 
th highest. .Then Publisher Bill Schroeder 
and myself reminded Sen. Dixon that Ex- 
Sen. Charles H. Percy was defeated for 
reelection in 1984 because the voters believed 
that he was preoccupied with global matters 
at the expense of Illinois concerns. 

I said to Dixon: "Percy created the per- 
ception among Illinois voters that he was 
more concerned about Paris, France than 
Paris, III. 1 ' Dixon commented: "I like that 
line. I think I'll use It." Then the Senator 
Launched into a defense of his record. First, 
Dixon said: "I can't change the climate." He 
alluded to the fact that Industry and business 
are migrating to the Sun Belt states of the 
South and the Far West. Second, the Senator 
blamed the Reagan administration. He 
asserted: "As long as President Reagan 
wants to increase defense spending by 16 per- 
cent and cut domestic programs, Illinois will 
be hurt." Finally, he complained that our 
state doesn't possess any major defense- 
related industries to attract military con- 
tracts. These are reasonable statements. But 
.it still doesn't explain why candidate Dixon 
campaigned on the inflated platform that he 
could help Illinois in 1980. The climate was 
the same six years ago. 

3. COMMITTEE ABSENTEEISM: Sen. 
Dixon was smooth as silk until I asked about 
his failure to attend most* of the Senate 
Agriculture Committee hearings in 1983 and 
1984. Sen. Dixon lobbied to get on the 
Agricultural Committee. Senate records con-, 
firm Dixon's high absenteeism over this two- 
year period. Farm problems are likely to be 
a sensitive issue in the Illinois elections 
because of an anticipated voter backlash 
from disgruntled farmers, who are 
struggling to keep their land. Dixon pointed 
out that he had compiled a 95,2 percent at- 
tendance record in the Senate in the five 
years since he was elected. Then Senator 
asserted that he had four committee assign- 
. ments which often had conflicting hearings 
scheduled at the same time. Dixon claimed 
that the major farm legislation was drafted 
every five years. Thus, the Senate 
Agriculture Committee hearings are 
relatively unimportant during the interim 
period. 

Then Sen. Dixon speculated: "It's the Mit- 
ch McConnell syndrome. The Republicans 
are trying to defeat me like they beat Walter 
Huddleston two years ago." Huddleston was 
a two-term Democratic Senator from Ken- 
tucky, who was defeated for reelection in 
1984. Huddleston was a moderate, Dixon- 
styled Democrat, who was fully expected to 
win reelection. His opponent was an obscure 
Republican named Addison Mitchell "Mit- 
ch" McConnell. But McConnell's TV com- 
mercials convinced Kentuckians that Hud- 
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Spearhead Fashion Show 



Some of the big. reasons for the success of the American Cancer Society's Lake 
County benefit fashion show, held at the Marriott Linconshtre on Feb. 23, were, 
left, Mira, courturier designer, Jeyne Jacobs, fashion coordinator and narrator 
from Patricia Sevens, Milwaukee, Angie Moras, co-chairman of the event and 
radio personality Larry Leaf bl ad. — Photo by, Gloria Davis. 



(Continued from Page 2B) 

dleston was an inattentive Senator with a 
chronic record of absenteeism. 

The Republican candidate made much of 
the fact that Huddleston, the ranking 
Democrat on the Senate Agriculture Com- 
mittee, had missed almost a quarter of that 
year's 300 roll-call votes. McConnel harped 
on the issue with a humorous, effective TV ad, 
that purported to show a pack of baying 
bloodhounds tracking down Huddleston in 
various exotic locales around the country. 
The charge was baseless: Huddleston was 
present 94 percent of the time. But he failed 
to shake the scenf of slacker that the ad 
sprayed over him, and McConnell won the 
election. . 

Sen. Dixon - assured us that if the 
Republicans unleased their bloodhounds to 
track him down across the TV screen, he 
would respond in kind. Dixon commented: "I 
am riot going to repeat Huddleston's 
mistake. He never responded to "Mitch" Mc- 
Connell's TV commercials. I'll run an ad 
showing my dog and myself. We'll be saying 
that we have been in Washington the past six 
years serving the people of Illinois." Bow 
Wow! I want my 12 readers to be prepared 



for the battle of the canines in the U.S. Senate 
race this fall. With all the serious issues con- 
fronting Illinos and the country, we will be 
witnessing GOP bloodhounds baying at Alan 
and Checkers on the boob tube. I am almost 
ready to go out and buy a can of Alpo instead 
of voting for U.S. Senator on Nov. 6. 

POSTSCRIPT: Coroner Barbara Richar- 
dson of Gra'yslake stopped in for a pleasant 
chat. She assured me that she wasn't part of 
any political machine. Mrs. Richardson 
stated that she was supporting Dist. 4 County 
Board Rep. Donna-Mae Litwiler of Ingleside 
for county clerk for personal reasons. Lit- 
wiler and Wauconda Village Clerk Venita L. 
McConnel are competing for the Republican 
nomination for Lake County Clerk in the 
March 18 primary. 

Richardson asserts that her support of Lit 
wiler was predicted on three factors. First, 
their deceased fathers were close personal 
friends. Second, the Coroner believes that 
Litwiler has been an effective County Board 
member for the past six years. Third, she 
assumes that Litwiler would be "a 
cooperative officeholder" with the other 
countywide officials. 



Band 
At CLC 

Jimmy Gray's Big Band 
Dance, featuring danceable 
music from the classic 1940's 
and 50's and GO's, as well as 
music from the 80's, will ap- 
pear in the main lobby of the 
College of Lake County, 
Grayslake, Saturday, March 
1. 

The event begins at 8 p.m. 
Admission for the public is $3 
in advance 15 at the door/ 

Slate 

Leukemia 

Contest 

The Leukemia Society of 
America, Illinois chapter, is 
sponsoring a Weight-A-Thon 
now through Feb. 28. In- 
'terested individuals may 
begin acquiring sponsors 
based on how many total 
pounds they plan to lose, 
gain, or maintain. 

Sponsor forms may be ob- 
tained at Condell Memorial 
Hospital, Liberty ville, or by 
calling the Leukemia Society 
at (312) 726-0003. 



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To Hold 
Tea Feb. 28 

On Feb. 28, Lake County 
Community Action Project's 
Retired Senior Volunteer 
Program (RSVP of Lake 
County) will hold its annual 
Sweetheart Tea. 

This tea is a recognition 
event held each year for 
active volunteers. The guest 
speaker for the occasion will 
be the Honorable Robert 
Sabonjian, mayor of the City 
ofWaukegan. 

Last year alone, over 140 
RSVP volunteers con- 
tributed over 22,375 hours to 
the Lake County area. RSVP 
Program Director Cathy 
Gates feels there is never 
enough you can do to 
recognize a person's 
donation of time to fellow 
man. 

Dining Guide 

The good eating spots, 
whether you're in a hurry, 
seeking family dining or out 
for gourmet food for that 
•'special occasion," are 
featured weekly in Lakeland 
Newspapers. 



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Day Of Prayer Free Screening 

The Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ingleside will Every Thursday in February, American International 
hold a World Day Of Prayer on Friday, March 7 at 1p.m. The Hospital in is offering free blood pressure screening to the 
Church is located at 25519 W. Hwy. 134, Ingleside. A public. Screenings will be from 1 until 5 p.m. at the North 
babysitter will be provided and all are welcome. Point Medical Arts Building, 1911 27th St., in Zion. For more 

information, call (312) 872-8722, extension 248. 



Genealogical Society Workshop 

The Lake County Genealogical Society will meet Thursday, 
Feb. 27, to hold mini-workshops, for members and friends to 
break into small groups and discuss various areas of 
genealogical research. Topics may include Canadian 
Research, German Research, What You Can Learn From 
Vital Records, and Passenger Lists Records. The meeting 
will be held at 10 a.m. at Cook Memorial Library at 413 N. 
Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville. There is no charge for ad- 
mission. For more information, call Joan Meyer at (312) 223- 
4937 or Joan Roden at (312) 566-1789. 



Blood Drive 

American International Hospital wilt participate in a 
community blood drive sponsored by the Jacob Blumberg 
Memorial Blood Bank of the Lake County Medical Society." 
The blood drive wilt be held from 2 until 7 p.m., on Thursday, 
Feb. 27, at the North Point Medical Arts Building, 1911 27th 
St., in Zion. For more information or a ride to the donation 
site, call (312) 872-8722. 



Home Economists Meet 

The Lake County Home Economics Assn. will meet 
Thursday, Feb.27, at 7:30 p.m. the program on Interior 
Design will be presented by Sue Sellers. Floor plans, fabrics, 
and new trends will be a few of the topics discussed at the 
meeting, which will be held at the home of Sharon Palmer of 
Libertyville. For more information, call Barbara Dahl at 
(312) 223-8627. 



Society Plans Exhibit 

The Lake County Philatelic Society is making plans for its 
April 26-27 exhibit and bourse. A cacheted cover will be 
available. The USPS will have a booth and the club will 
provide a youth table. The society meets the second and 
fourth Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. Meetings are held at 
the Belvidere Recreation Center, Belvidere and Lewis Ave., 
Waukegan. Visitors are always welcome. 



Ceramics On Parade 

The Lake County Fair Assn. will present the 17th Annual 
Grayslake "Ceramics On Parade," Friday, Feb. 28, through 
Sunday, March 2 at the Lake County Fairgrounds. The hours 
are from noon to 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. on Sunday, For more information, call Cathy 
Donahue at (312) 223-8755, after 6 p.m., or William Ryan at 
(815) 939^366. 



Sunday Evening Service 

Faith Baptist Church of Lake County has a new worship 
service at 6 p.m. on Sundays. Church leaders have become 
aware of the increasing number of single parents and in- 
dividuals who must work on Sunday mornings. Everyone is 
invited for solid Bible teaching, singing and good fellowship. 
Child care is provided during the service. The church is 
located at 954 Braeloch Rd., Grayslake. For more in- 
formation, call Pastor Zack D. Turner at (312) 223-6249. 



Totalcare Programs 

On Tuesday, March 4 , from 10 a . m . to noon, and from 1 to 3 
p.m., Victory Memorial Hospital, 1324 N. Sheridan Rd., 
Waukegan,' will continue its Totalcare programs in the one 
day surgery conference room. Totalcare is a new type of 
Medicare supplemental coverage. Call (312) 360-4001 for 
details. 

Women's Health Connection 

On Saturday, March l; from 8 to ll a.m., Victory Hospital's 
Women's Health Connection will sponsor a free seminar 
entitled "What Women Would Like to Know about Male 
Sexuality," at the Waukegan hospital. Raza Khan, M.D., 
staff urologist, and Barbara Bates, social services director, 
will speak. A free breakfast will be served from B to 9 a.m., 
followed by the presentations and a question-and-answer 
session. To register, call (312) 360-4148. 



Free Screenings At Center 

On Monday, March 3, from 8 a.m. to noon, Victory Health 
Outreach Center, 121 E. Grand Ave., Lake Villa, will provide 
free blood pressure screenings. No appointments are needed. 
Call (312). 356-5900 for more information. 



Hospital Slates Screenings 

On Monday, March 3 from 1 to 3 p.m., Victory Memorial 
Hospital voulunters will perform free blood pressure 
screenings in the lobby of the hospital at 1324 N. Sheridan 
Rd., in Waukegan. No appointment is needed. 



'Dialogue About Dialysis' 

On Monday, March 3 at 10:45 a.m., Victory Memorial 
Hospital's social services department personnel will lead 
"Dialogue about Dialysis," a group for dialysis patients and 
their families. The monthly meetings provide education and 
a forum for the discussion of dialysis and its impact on lives. 
For details, call (312) 360-4034. 

Medical Education Seminar 

On Tuesday, March 4, from 8 a.m. to noon, Victory Memorial 
Hospital, 1324 N. Sheridan Rd., Waukegan, will sponsor a 
continuing medical education seminar about lung cancer 
Call (312) 360-4006 for more information. 



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by CIIARLEXE WHITNEY 

I just came across some 
shocking news. 

Did you know that 
cosmetics and household 
products are the cause of 
animals being poisoned and 
blinded during product 
testing? 

Just to put a new nail 
polish remover, a drain 
cleaner, or a new improved 
product on the shelf, animals 
arc being used for testing. 
It's not a life-saving matter 
for people, but still, between 
500,000 and one million 
animals each year die to test 
cosmetics alone. 

There are two common 
tests. One is the Draize Eye 
test. This is left from the 
40's. It measures the 
irritancy of products that 
might get into a person's 
eyes. 

Rabits are used because 
their eyes do not produce 
tears like humans do. 
Usually six to nine albino 
rabbits are placed in stocks 
to prevent them from 



clawing their eyes to 
dislodge the substance. The 
lower lid of the eye is pulled 
away from the eyeball to 
form a small cup. In this cup 
is placed somme milligrams 
of a substance to be tested. 
The eye is then held closed 
for several seconds. The 
rabbit screams in pain. After 
the eyes are observed at 
specific intervals to see how 
severe the irritation is, the 
rabbit is destroyed. The 
results are noted on charts in 
case of a lawsuit against 
manufacturers. 

The second most common 
test is the LD 50 test. This 
has been used since the 
1920's. It's a standard test 
for oral toxicity. Groups of 
up to 200 animals may be 
used for one test. 

For example, the sub- 
stance bleach, is force fed by 
mouth or through a tube 
inserted down the animal's 
throat. Sometimes, the tests 
are allowed to proceed for 14 
days, if the animal lives that 
long. 
Other forms of dosing 




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include injection and forced 
inhalation. 

Animals poisoned in these 
tests may have convulsions, 
vomiting, diarrhea, 
paralysis and bleeding from 
the eyes, nose or mouth. The 
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These animals are not 
giving up their lives for 
human well being. Often 
results hold no comparison 
whatsoever to the effects of a 
substance on a human being. 
Where harmless to one 
animal species, it may cause 
serious side effects, birth 
defects, and even prove fatal 



to a human and vice^vcrsa. 

There are other ways to 
test these products. 

Computers programmed 
with information from 
human experience can be 
used to measure acute 
toxicity. 

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be used for both toxicity and 



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However, many com- 
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dollars in profit each year 
are not willing to put even 
one percent of their net 
profits into developing, 
perfecting, or validating, 
non-animal testing methods. 
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these tests. Companies do 
the tests in an attempt to 
defend themselves in the 
event of a lawsuit. 

There are some companies 
opposed to the use of animals 
in such cruel tests and they 
market their products 
without animal tests. 

You can help make all the 
industries change. 

Write your congressional 
representatives and ask 
them to support the Humane 



Product Testing Act (H.R. 
1877), All representatives* 
can be reached at the House 
of Representatives, 
Washington.D.C. 20515. 

To learn about this 
campaign, call Susan Rick 
at (202) 726-0156. For more 
information on this article: 
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Ethical Treatment of 
Animals), P.O. Box 42516, 
Washington, D.C. 20015, or 
phone (202) 726-0156. 



Official Newspaper 

Your local Lakeland Newspaper is the official newspaper 
of this community, authorized by statute to publish legal 
notices required by law. 



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Attorney at Law 



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relocation of his office to 

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Bob Lyday and Jodie Lytner 

Lytner-Lyday 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lytner, along with 
Terry Schram, announce the engagement of 
their daughter, Jodie Lytner, Wauconda, to 
Bob Lyday, Round Lake, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ken Lyday of Park City. 

The ceremony will be performed by Pastor 
Krueger at St. Matthews Lutheran Church, 
Lake Zurich, on April 5. 

Karen Cox will be maid of honor and 
Dwayne Spencer will be best man. 

The bride-to-be is a 1963 graduate of 
Wauconda High School and is employed as a 
license and title clerk for Waukegan 
AMC/Renault, in Waukegan. 

The groom-to-be is a 1985 graduate of 
Round Lake and is employed as a tire 
breaker for Waukegan Tire, in Waukegan. 

The couple plans to settle in the Fox Lake 
area. 



Olsen-Ploss 

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Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Olsen of Antioch, 
announce the engagement of their daughter, 
Darlene M., to John H. Ploss, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Douglas A. Ploss of Lake Villa. 

Antioch United Methodist Church will be 
the setting for the couple's late June wed- 
ding. 

The bride-to-be earned a degree in art 
from Illinois State University in Normal and 
is employed as a word processor for 
Williams, Young & Associates in Madison, 
Wis. 

The groom-to-be is a senior at the Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin in Madison, working 
toward a bachelor's degree in landscape ar- 
chitecture. 

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Both are 1961 graduates of Antioch High 
School. 




Darlene Olsen and John Ploss 



Making And Si 
Hearty Winter 

I recall without fond memories, sipping 
soup from a canteen cup during winter 
maneuvers in West Germany. 

Army outdoors was not my bowl of 
bouillon. 

I always have been an indoors freak where 
winter is concerned. I took one vacation in 
January and spent most of the. time inside, 
with a jacket on. It's uncomfortable to cook 
with too many clothes on. 

It's not uncomfortable to sip soup. 

If you don't want to prepare soup from 
scratch, you can always doctor the canned 
variety. I've done this with pretty satisfying 
results. 

But I love to create. One of my favorite 
hearty soups features steak, vegetables and 
canned consomme. I got hold of the recipe 
years ago in Texas while on summer 
vacation. 

Quickie Mexican 
Vegetable Soup 

2 cans (19oz.) Ministrone 

1 can (4 oz.) green chilies, drained and cut 
up 

1 teaspoon chili powder 

l /2k avocado, cut in wedges 

In large saucepan, combine soup, chilies 
and chili powder; heat through and serve in 
soup bowls. Top with avocado. Serves four to 
five. 

Marriage 
/Licenses 

Sutono f. Vnomonm and Eimelmda 
Vimmofllet. Round laka Svoch, 

John M, Faulhotw Jr.. Uno«nhurM, and 
th»fevo D. Morliwk. lockporl, 

,J*ti* M. For* and Cloud*"* C. Foia, 
Anltoch, 

Donald E. Hall It and Elitob«th A. 
Borratl, WouVvgon, 

Ronald E. Mothioi II. Sound lak* Bcocb, 
and Donna M. Hoat. Round lofc* Park., 

Stanley F. Poiiewici Jr. and Poimia 1. 
Bl«ni*k, Fo« lako, 

Timothy B. Powell. Wauconda. and Llta 
A. Clark*. Untolnthira. 

Abraham H. Rillanhaut* Jr. and Barbara 
J. CalrWe. Gmnw, . 

Mourn R. Rodrlguar and MoAng*lica . 
Gcll*got. Round Lak*. 

6*n O, S*ar» and lina M. Dagnon, 
Wauconda. 

Poul T*w*ll and loVonne E. Clark, 
LoundlokePark, 

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Steak Soup 

1 1/2 pounds round steak 
11/2 cups butter 
1 cup all-purpose flour 
9 cans ( 10 1/2 oz. ) beef consomme 
1 can ( 1 lb. ) whole tomatoes, drained 
4 carrots, sliced 
4 celery ribs, sliced 
1 medium onion 

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 
Salt and black pepper to taste 
1/2 pint whipping cream 
Sourcream 

Pilot 
Light 

BflEB MEUKOV 

Trim fat from round steak; heat in large 
pot and discard. Cut meat in 1-inch squares; 
brown, remove and drain "grease. Melt but- 
ter; blend with flour until smooth and return 
meat. Slowly stir in consomme; add 
tomatoes, carrots, celery, onion, .Wor- 
cestershire, salt and pepper. Cook uncovered 
on medium low heat one hour, stirring oc- 
casionally, breaking up tomatoes. Stir in 
whipping cream during last 10 minutes. Top 
each serving with a dab of sour cream. Ser- 
ves a crowd. 



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Weichman/Gray 

Julie Ann Weichman, Denver, Colo., 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weichman, 
Grayslake, and Joel J. Gray, also of Denver, 
son' of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gray, 
Galesburg, were joined in marriage at 11 
a.m., Dec. 28, by Dr. Roger L. Baumeister, 
at the United Protestant Church of 
Grayslake. 

The bride was given away by her rather at 
the double ring service. 

She wore a Victorian gowa of organza over 
taffeta with a high-necked bodice and bishop 
sleeves, adorned with Venice lace and 
pearls. The basque waistline fell to a 
cathedral-length train and was embollished 
with three tiers of delicate ruffles and re- 
embroidered chant illy lace. A cathedral- 
length veil was attached to a small cap of 
Venetian lace. 

Maid of honor was Valerie Jones of 
Grayslake. Bridesmaids were Dawn Finlay, 
Vernon Hills; Mary Gray and Sonia Stewart, 
both of Galesburg and both sisters of the 
groom. 

Groomsmen were Patrick Gray and 
Michael Gray, both of Galesburg and both 
brothers of the groom; and Bill Weichman, 
Grayslake, brother of the bride. 

Ushers were David Huff, Clinton; John 
Wikoff, Peoria, and Matthew Contarino. 

A reception at the Rustic Manor in Gurnee 




Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gray 

was followed by a honeymoon trip lo The 
Wagon Wheel in Rockton. 
' The couple will reside in Denver, Colo. 

The bride is a 1984 graduate of Illinois 
State University and is employed by Pentax 
Camera Co. in Denver. 

The groom is a 1984 graduate of Illinois 
State University, attends ILIFF School of 
Theology in Denver and is employed part- 
time for W.W. Grainger. 



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It's Not Always Good To Fill Out Sent Forms 



The IRS has mailed out 
about 83 milli on tax forms to 
Americans over the past 
couple of months and, quite 
naturally, a lot of people will 
file their returns by simply 
filling out the forms the IRS 
sends. But that's not always 
a good idea, according to the 
Illinois CPA Society. Tn fact, 
it could cost you some 
money. 

The IRS doesn't have a 
crystal ball to gaze into when 
determining which farm to 
send a taxpayer. They sim- 
ply send taxpayers the same 
forms filed last year. For 
someone whose financial 
situation changed over the 
past year, however, 
automatically filing the 
same form filed last year 
could be a costl v mistake. 



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Fifth in.. .a series of "tax tip" 
articles provided by the Na- 
tional Society of Public Ac- 
countants and their affiliated 
State Societies. 
Q.— In 1984 my husband 
and I filed separate federal 
income tax returns. We have 
since discovered that we 
could have saved some taxes 
had we filed jointly. Is there 

anything we can do about it 

now? 

A.— Yes, you may change to 
joint returns for 1984. 
Assuming you filed the 
origina] returns on time, >*ou 
have until April 15, 19S8, to 
make the change. 

Q.— My husband died in 
1954. 1 read somewhere that 
because I can dairo our 
1 2- year old child as a depen- 
dent, I can file a joint return 
for bach 19S5 and 1986. This 
seems too good lobe true. Is 
it? 

A.— It is not true. You can- 
not file a joint return for 1965 
or 1986. However, because 
you have the dependent 



An obvious example is in 
the case of Hal, who pur- 
chased a home during 1§65. 
Last year, Hal filed the short 
form 104QA because be bad 
no big deductions. With the 
interest payments on his new- 
borne, however, it's a whole 
new picture- 
Itemizing on the long form 
1040 will take some of the 
teeth out of the 1985 tax bite 
for Hal. The mortgage in- 
terest and real estate tax 
deductions, which cannot be 
deducted on the short form 
1040A that Hal filed last 
year, can be deducted on 
Schedule A of the long form 
1040 to lower his 1985 tax bill. 
Clearly, be would make a 
mistake to blindly file the 
same form be filed last year. 
According to the CPAs, 

child, you are entitled to use 

the joint return rate tables for 
computing your tax in those 
years. 

Q.— In 1979 we bought a 
store buil din g and have suc- 
cessfully rented it ever since. 
We have had only one tenant 
in the building — and be has 
been a very good one. In 
1985 the tenant approached 
us about remodeling the store 
front and adding a storage 
room on the rear of the store, 
which we did, at a cost of 
$25,000. We realize we can 
depreciate these im- 
provements, but we are con- 
fused as to the number of 
years we can use to compute 
our depreciation. Incidental- 
ly, the additions were com- 
pleted November 9, 1985. 
What is the proper number 
of years for writing off these 
improvements? 

A. — Even though the orginal 
building was acquired before 
the accelerated cost recovery 
rules went into effect, the im- 
provements were acquired 
after December 31, 19S0. 
Had these improvements 
been acquired in 1982, the 
proper number of years for 
writing off the improvements 
would have been 15. 
However, Congress changed 
the law so that improvements 
made in 1985 must use an 
18-year life. 

For a free listing of NSPA 
member accountants in your 
area, call or write to the ad- 
dress above. 



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Expanding to serve you better in '86. 

. . . Announces the opening of its newest 
office at 352 Center Street in Grayslake 
(Formerly Murrie-Behm & Associates). 

Jacquetyn Murrie, Manager, invites all past 
customers and friends of Murrie-Behm to 
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correctly choosing among 
the three federal income tax 
fonns-tbe 104QEZ, the short 
form 1040A and the long 
form 1040-is not that com- 
plicated. Here is the long and 
short on the forms to help 
you determine which is the 
right one for you. 

THE 1W0EZ. The EZ gets 
its name because it is the 
simplest of the forms. It can 
be used by single persons 
with no dependents and 
taxable income of less than 
■$50,000. But those who are 65 
or older should not use this 
form because it does not 
allow you to claim the extra 
exemption for senior 
citizens. In fact, the only 
deduction you can claim on 
the EZ is for charitable con- 
tributions. The EZ form has 
just 11 lines and the IBS 
'•tatTTx: that it takes minutes 
to fill it out. In spite of this, 
about 600,000 taxpayers last 
year hired preparers to fill 
out their EZs. 

THE 1044A. This form, 
also known as the short 
form, can, like the EZ, be 
used only by those with 
taxable incomes of less than 
$30,000. But it allows those 



who do not item Lee to claim 
certain deductions and 
credits that cannot be 
claimed on the EZ form. 

For example, senior 
citizens can claim the extra 
exemption for those age 65 
and older. In addition, three 
important deductions can be 
claimed on the 1040A: IRA 
contributions, charitable 
dona dons and a deduction 
for working married 
couples. So if you don't 
itemize, but want to deduct 
one of these three items, file 
the 1040A. Three tax credits 
that can sharply lower your 
tax bill-political con- 
tributions, child and depen- 



dent care expenses, and low- 
income earners-are also 
available to someone filing 
the short form 1040A. 

THE IO40. This is the one 
that's called the long form. 
And it lives up to its name. . 
Unlike the EZ and the short 
form, which are used to 
report only the most com- 
mon deductions, credits and 
income sources, the long 
form is the required tax 
form in more than 35 dif- 
ferent instances cited by the 
IRS. The chief reasons: You 
must use the long form if 
your taxable income totals 
$50,000 or more or if you 
want to itemize deductions. 



In addition, IRS rules outline 
a myriad of other specific 
situations in which you are 
required to file with the 1040. 
These range from reporting 
the sale of a home to repor- 
ting taxable Social Security 
benefits. Basically, you 
know that you must file the 
1040 if you want to claim ad- 
justments, deductions or 
credits not; available on the 
other two tax forms, or if you 
have a source of income that 
cannot be reported on the 
other forms. 

If you have any questions 
about which form to file, con- 
tact the IRS or your local 
CPA. 



Home Federal Savings 
Appoints Samuels 



Home Federal Savings of 
Lake County has announced 
the appointment of Richard 
A. Samuels to its executive 
staff. Samuels joins Home 
Federal Savings' as 
president- 
He brings to this position 



his affiliation, with Horizon 
Federal Savings and is well 
known in the Chicagoland 
area for his expertise in the 
building of single family 
homes. 

Samuels will be based at 
Home Federal Savings' 



main office, 325 Washington 
St., Waukegan. Home 
Federal Savings has branch 
offices in Grayslake, Fox 
Lake and LindenhursU - 



Baxter Reports Results 



Baxter Travenol 

Laboratories, Inc. has repor- 
ted a 1385 net income of $137 
million, or 85 cents per com- 
mon share, compared to $29 
million, or 21 cents per com- 
mon share, compared to $29 
million, or 21 cents per com- 
mon share in 1984. 

"Net income for 1985 in- 
cludes the earnings of 
American Hospital Supply 
Corporation from Nov. 25, 
1985. Net income for 1985 was 
reduced by a provision of $29 
million, or 19 cents per com- 
mon share, for anticipated 
asset and staff con- 
solidations related to the 
acquisition of American. 
Sales were 52. 4 billion com- 
pared to $1.8 billion in 1984. 

Net income for the fourth 
quarter of 1985 was $7 
million. For the comparable 
period in 1384 the company 
reported a net loss of $94 



million, or 66" cents per 
share. Net income for the 
fourth quarter or 1984 in- 
cluded a special charge of 
$116 million, or 72 cents per 
share, related to the con- 
solidation of worldwide 
manufacturing operations 



and the revaluation of cer- 
tain assets. 

Sales were $839 million 
versus $460 million for the 
previous year. The sales in- 
crease is primarily due to 
the inclusion of $294 million 
of sales from American. 



Fox Lakers 
Receive Award 




The Red Carpet Chicago 
Area Council has recognized 
20 salespeople in being mem- 
bers of the Red Carpet Top 
Achiever's Club for the mon- 
th of January. 

The award, based on sales 
activity, recognizes the top 
professionals within the Red 
Carpet Chicagoland's ap- 



proximate 40 offices con- 
sisting of over 550 
salespeople. 

The recipients of this 
prestigious award for the 
Lake County Area included 
Virginia Hileman and Rusty 
Canty of Red Carpet C. 
Frank Realty in Fox Lake. 



Richard Samuels 

CPU 

"Heart Saver," a course in 
CPR for adults, will be of- 
fered at Kenosha Memorial 
Hospital Thursday, March 6, 
6-10 p.m. There is a course 
fee of $4. For more in- 
formation on "Heart Saver," 
call the KMH Education 
Dept., (414) 656-2571. 



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With two months left in the reminded Lake County area 
filing season, J.R. Starkey, taxpayers that walk-in 



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assistance is available from 
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Mike Pramshaf er 



Pramshafer Gets 
News Promotion 



Mike Pramshafer has 
been named assistant 
managing editor of Lakeland 
Newspapers. 

Pramshafer joined the 
Lakeland, group in August, 
1984, as a community news 
editor after graduating from 
Eastern Illinois University 
with a degree in journalism. 

For the past six months, 
Pramshafer has coupled 
news editor duties with 
supervision of the copy desk 
where he has been respon- 
sible- for regional news 
coverage and coordination of 



special sections. 

In his new post, Publisher 
William H. Schroeder said 
that Pramshafer is taking on 
the added responsibility of 
directing department news 
coverage and assisting with 
planning and training. 

Pramshafer- is a resident 
of Lindenhurst and a 
graduate of Antioch High 
School where he was an 
athletic standout. 

He has been active in 
coaching youth in the Lin- 
denhurst Park Dist. 
recreation activities. 



their 1985 Federal income 
tax return. 

Taxpayers should 
organize their records and 

Slate 
Speaker 

Tom Jackson, founder of 
the Career Development 
Team, Inc. and The Em- 
ployment Training Corp. of 
New York, will speak on 
"Guerrilla Tactics in the Job 
Market/' Tuesday, March 4,' 
at the College of Lake Coun- 
ty, Gray slake. 

Jackson is one of the 
leading authorities and com- 
mentators on the nature and 
quality of people's work 
lives. Many of the un- 
derlying principles and ob- 
servations in his work have 
opened new insights in the 
area of career planning and 
placement. 

. Admission to the 7:30 p.m. 
lecture is free. 



Business Briefs 



Finance Officer 

The board of directors of Great American Federal Savings 
has elected David Kemmann as chief financial officer, 
treasurer and vice president of the association. A native of 
Lowden, Iowa, Kemmann earned his accounting degree at 
the University of Iowa. He currently resides in Lombard. 
Great American has a branch in Antioch. 

Graduate Technician 

Wayne Kline, 260 E. Grand Ave., Fox Lake, has graduated 
from DeVry Institute of Technology, Chicago, with a diploma 
in the digital elecronics technician program. He has accepted 
a position with Radius Machine & Tool in Gurnee. 

Gets Accreditation 

Ken Gustafson, owner of Classy Chassis, Ltd. Auto Repair 
Center in Round Lake, has been awarded further, ac- 
creditation by the National Institute for Automotive Service 
Excellence. This latest accreditation, which certifies ex- 
ceptional knowledge and competency in the areas of suspen- 
sion and steering, is an addition to Gustafson's previous 
Automotive Service Excellence accreditation in the areas of 
brakes, heating and air conditioning. The certifications apply 
to every type of domestic and import car. Gustafson has also 
recieved several special accreditations from Nissan/Da Lsun. 

Promotion 

Melinda Willen of Grayslake, former secretary of the 
Grayslake Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is the 
new classified advertising manager of the Waukegan News- 
Sun She is a former News-Sun employe. Her newspaper ex- 
perience includes a stint as a sales representative for 
Lakeland Newspapers. 

Trade Fair Slated 

McHenry's annual Trade Fair will occur on March* 21-23. 
Celebrating 150 years or progress this year, McHenry 
presents' the businesses that have made that progress 
possible. Over 100 exhibitors will occupy the 160 exhibit areas 



receipts and bring them to 
the Mundelein IRS office at 
706 E. Hawley Rd. in 
Mundelein. They should 
include their tax package, 
W-2 statements from em- 
ployers and Forms 1099 from 
banks, savings and loans, 
and other financial in- 
stitutions. 

Assistance will be 
provided in a self-help group 
format between the hours of 
8 a.m.-4:15 p.m., Monday 
through Wednesday. He also 
reminded taxpayers that the 
most commonly used forms 
and free publications are 
also available at IRS offices. 

In conclusion, Starkey 
encouraged taxpayers with 
just one or two questions to 
call Tele-Tax for the in- 
formation. Lake County area 
taxpayers with touch-tone 
phones can get answers to 
many Federal tax questions 
by calling (312) 886-9614. 

Taped tax information is 
available on 150 tax topics 24 
hours a day, seven days a 
week. On dial phones, taped 



tax information is available 
between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. 
weekdays until March 15. 
After that date, information 
will be available weekdays 
from7:30a.m. to7:30p'.m. 

For more general 
assistance with tax 
questions or to request 
specific IRS • forms or 



publications by mail, Lake' 
County area taxpayers can 
reach IRS at 1-800-424-1040 
weekdays between 8 a.m. 
and4:30p.m. 

Taxpayers are advised to 
call, during non-peak hours- 
early in the morning or late 
in the afternoon and during 
the latter part of the week. 



Carpet World 
Adds New Lines 



In continuing its efforts to 
satisfy customers, Carpet 
World, Inc. has announced 
the addition of five new mills 
to its carpet collection: 
Cabin Craft, Wunda Weve, 
Atlas, Royal Weve, 
Charleston. 

These carpets are 
available in a wide range of ' 
colors, patterns and textures 
to blend with any room 
decor. 

Among other carpet mills 
carried. by Carpet World of- . 



fers over 55 ,000 square yards 
of remnants large enough to 
carpet rooms I2 f x 40'. 

Carpet World is located at 
3200 Belvidere Rd. (Rte. 
120), Waukegan, one block 
east of Rte. 41. Phone is (312) 
662-4080. 

Ends Training 

Army Reserve Private 
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William A. Jones of 1800 
Columbia Bay Dr., Lake 
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Corsairs Hustle Past Jo lief 



Carmel's Corsairs set the 
stage for state tournament 
' action by nailing down a first 
division finish in the tough 
North Suburban Catholic 
League and recording their 
14th victory out of 25 con- 
tests. 

The Corsairs made Joliet 
Catholic their eighth con- 
ference victim of the season 
in the season finale Friday 
night, Feb. 21, at ' home 



before a good sized Parents' 
Night crowd, 65-52. 

They did it the way the 
Corsairs have played all 
season-lots of hustle, good 
defense and enough scoring 
punch to do the job. 

Coach Frank Belmont can 
be proud of his 1985-86 

Corsairs who never ■ were 
short of v courage although 

they often were over- 
matched in height. 



Senior Guard Rod Whittier 
of Wildwood scored as game 
high 16 points to pace Car- 
mel which led all the way. 

Rodney Lambright, senior 
guard from Waukegan, and 
Carmel's junior pivot man 
from Libertyville, each had 
10 points. George France, 
senior forward from 
Waukegan, had 10 points. 

The Corsairs took Joliet 
out of the game with two 
intense defensive quarters, 
the second and third, out- 
scoring the Hilltoppers 28-14. 



CLC Prepares For Tourney 



With the Skyway Con- 
ference Championship 
wrapped up, the CLC men's 
basketball team has been 
preparing for Sectional 
Tournament action. 



The Lancers finished 
regular-season play with a 
13-0 mark in the Skyway 
Conference and 20-9 overall. 

The first game of the 
sectionals, at CLC, will be at 



7 p.m., .Thursday, Feb. 27 
(Elgin vs. Harper), with the 
Lancers taking on the 
winner Saturday, March 1, 
at 7 p.m. for the Sectionals 
crown. 



Mustang Sophs Record 
Shows Improvement 




More confidence and prac- 
tice is what Mundelein 
sophomore basketball coach 
Chuck Gandolfi sees as the 
necessary ingredient to see 
team members go on to im- 
proving their game skills for 
next season. 

Wrapping up this year's 
season, Gandolfi said he did 
see marked improvement 
over the team's per- 
formance last year, even if 
they did have a record of 4- 
20. In the North Suburban 
conference, the team was 3- 
15. 

"Our goal has been to im- 
prove game by game, 
minute by minute," Gandolfi 
said. "I oad these guys as 
freshmen last year. Com- 
pared to last season, in our 
games this year we almost 
won a lot of the games we 
lost. 

"We played competitively 
all year with the exception of 
Lake Forest and Crystal 
Lake South. They beat us 
pretty badly; we were 
creamed," Gandolfi said. 



The sophomore team lost 
its top player, J.T. Mathwig, 
to the varsity team midway 
through the season. "The 
kids still did a nice job after 
that," the coach said. 

In their effort to improve, 
Gandolfi said, they played 
teams that had previously 
given them a beating. "They 
were rarely out-rebounded. 
Considering our tallest 
player, Rob Porcelius, is 
only six feet, that's pretty 
good." 

Leading scorers for the 
sophomores were Doug Sun- 
dell, averaging nine points a 
game, John Sidari, 10.4 poin- 
ts, and Porcelius, 10.2 points. 

Sidari and Steve Hartman, 
were the team's two fresh- 
men players. "Hopefully, 
they'll be back next year, but 
I think Sidari may play var- 
sity," Gandolfi said. 

Other players who were 
starters at some time during 
the season were Steve Quinn, 
Brian May and Mike May. 
Rounding out the team were 
Dave Mounce, Paul 



Matuszewski, Tracy Adams 
and Mike Tritthardt. Team 
manager was Brian Decker. 

Hawks 
Win 

The basketball phrase 
"One and The Bonus" was 
given a whole new meaning 
Feb. 24. 

For Johnsburg's Chris 
Bonus, with the game on the 
line, sank two free throws 
with just under five minutes 
left gave Johnsburg a 41-39 
lead over McHenry. 
_ The Skyhawks held on to 
win the squeaker 48-47 over 
the rival Warriors. John- 
sburg advanced to the semi- 
final round of the McHenry 
regional, against Crystal 
Lake South. 

Coach Doug Hofmeister's 
Skyhawks dominated the 
game through three quar- 
ters. 



Sky woy Champs 

The CLC men's basketball squad captured the Skyway Conference championship 
this years,with an undefeated 14-0 mark. The Lancers are now ready for sectional 
tournamenl action and will play the winner of the Elgin-Harper game for the 
tournament title on Saturday. March 1, at 7:30 p.m.. on the Lancer's home court. 
From left: (front row) Todd Gordon, Mike Kloberdanz, Dave Sitz and Greg 
Washington; (back row) Head Coach Bruce Smith, Ed Poulos, Art Baker and David 
Tucker. (Not pictured-Vinee Moore)— Photo by Jerry McDermott. 

Soph Bulldogs Show Improvement 



Fritz Kaslausky, coach of 
the Grant Community High 
School Sophmore basket ball 
team is pleased with his 
teams 11-3 season per- 
formance even though the 
Bulldogs only finished 
second in their conference 
this year. 

Kaslausky said that the 
team performed belter than 
anyone expected, con- 
sidering that two of the 
highest scorers during the 
team's freshmen year were 
not with them this season. 
The team was undfeated in 
its freshmen year but got off 



to a slow start. They lost The starters for the soph- 

twice to the conference m0 re Bulldogs include 6'3" 

champs, the Marengo In- center Tony Cullota, who 

dians, and at one point they aV eraged 13 points and 8 



were only a .500 team. 

As the season progressed, 
Kaslausky said his team 

began to improve tremen- 
dously. The team averaged 

46 points per game of- 
fensively and allowed an 
average of only 34 points per 
game. Kaslausky felt that all 
of his players were out- 
standing and that they 

worked well as a team. 



rebounds per game. 6'1" for- 
ward John Wilhelm who 
averaged 8 points and 5 
rebounds per game, 5*10" 
forward Dave Sparks who 
averaged 5 points and 5 

rebounds per game, guard 
Ken Rasbid, who averaged 9 

points per game, and guard 
Jim McGeever who 
averaged 5 points per game. 

Standings 



Final Standings 





E.SUB.CATH. 


W 


L 


W 


L 




St. Joseph 


14 





24 


1 




St. Viator 


10 


4 


20 


5 




Marist 


9 


5 


14 


9 




Carmel 


8 


6 


14 


11 




St. Patrick 


7 


7 


13 


11 




Joliet Cath. 


5 


9 


11 


13 




Notre Dame 


3 


11 


8 


17 




Holy Cross 





14 


1 


22 




NW SUBURBAN 


W 


L 


W 


L 




Marengo 


12 


2 


22 


4 




Round Lake 


10 


4 


20 


5 




Lake Zurich 


10 


4 


15 


10 




Grant 


7 


7 


12 


13 




Grayslake 


6 


8 


10 


13 




Johnsburg 


6 


8 


13 


12 




Marian C. 


5 


9 


9 


17 




Wauconda 





14 


1 


22 




NOR. SUBURBAN 


W 


L 


W 


L 




Warren 


16 


2 


20 


5 




Antioch 


13 


5 


16 


9 




Lake Forest 


.11 


7 


13 


11 




Mundelein 


10 


8 


12 


12 


i 


Libertyville 


10 


8 


11 


12 




Zion-Benton 


8 


10 


11 


14 




NilesN. 


8 


10 


11 


14 


-' 


N. Chicago 


6 


12 


8 


15 


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Stevenson 


4 


14 


5 


19 


I 


Fen ton 


4 


14 


4 


17 


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7 Area Wrestlers 
In State Tourney 



FINAL N.W.G.S.C. 
BASKETBALL STANDINGS 



by STEVE PETERSON 

You can call them the 
"Super Seven". 

For seven Lakeland area 
wrestlers, the season did not 
end at the McHenry sec- 
tional Feb. 21-22. 

For the elite group, the 
season continues at the state 
tournament at Champaign 
Feb. 28-March 1. 

Five teams will be 
represented at the meet: 
Grayslake, Round Lake, 
Mundelein, Grant and An- 
tioch. 

Mundelein's Norm Hays 
won the lone title for the 
group at 185 pounds. The top 
three finishers from each 
weight class qualify for 
state. 

Keith Greca of Grayslake 
at 105 and Jim Wanhala of 
Grant at 185 finished second. 
Ralph Cardona of Round 
Lake was third at 112 and 
teammate Manuvl Mata was 
third at 119. Grant's Mike 
Hagen at 145 and 
heavyweight Bob Johnson of 
Antioch also finished third. 



"He's peaking at the right 
time," Mundelein coach 
Dennis Szymkowiak said of 
Hays. "We're thinking very 
positively if he wrestles with 
the same intensity ." 

With his champion status, 
Hays has earned a first- 
round bye. He will face the 
winner of the Gene 
Goree(Cahokia)-Carl Wilki- 
nson( Joliet Central) match. 
Hays come into the state 
tourney with a 20-1 overall 
record. Despite the im- 
pressive mark, Hays has had 
to overcome adversity this 
winter. 

An injured knee kept him 
out of action for a little more 
than a month at mid-season. 
"Just dedication and 
devotion. This is something 
he has been working for sin- 
ce he wife a freshman," 
Szymkowiak said of the 
senior. 

But to make the dream 
come true, Hays had to oust 
Wanhala, who had won a 4-3 
win at the Lake County 
meet. 



"We've been asked that a 
couple of times<what he did 
differently) but really it was 
just intensity," Szymkowiak 
said of the 10-4 win. 

Hays advanced to the 
finals with a 16-7 win over 
Woodstock's Bruce Eddy 
and a 15-0 technical fall over 
Nate Johnson of Waukegan 
East. 

Wanhala advanced by 
beating Grant Gabel of 
Crystal Lake Central and 
Matt Manzier of Rolling 
Meadows. 

Greca lost his chance for a 
title when Wheeling's Kurt 
Vogt pinned him at 5:07. 

"His goal was to get down- 
state, so he relaxed a little 
when he beat Durlacher," 
Grayslake coach Jerry Allen 
said. 

Greca had topped Buffalo 
Grove's Dave Durlacher in a 
5-4 win. He also beat Mike 
Lyon of Dundee-Crown 4-0 
and Brian Morris of Deer- 
field 11-7. 



BOYS-EIGHTH 


W 




Gavin 


10 




Woodland 


9 




Lake Villa 


8 




Lake Zurich 


8 




Antioch 


5 




Round Lake 


2 




Fox Lake 


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BOYS-SEVENTH 


W 


L 


Antioch 


12 


- 


Woodland 


9 


3 


Lake Zurich 


7 


5 


Gavin 


6 


6 


Round Lake 


4 


8 


Fox Lake 


2 


10 


LakeVilla 


2 


10 


GIRLS-EIGHTH 


W 


L 


Antioch 


11 


1 


Round Lake 


10 


2 


LakeVilla 


8 


4 


Woodland 


5 


7 


Lake Zurich 


4 


fl 


Gavin 


3 


9 


Fox Lake 

* 


1 


n 


GIRLS-SEVENTH 


W 


L 


Round Lake 


11 


1 


LakeVilla 


10 


2 


Lake Zurich 


9 


4 


Antioch 


6 


G 


Woodland 


4 


8 


Gavin 


2 


10 


Fox Lake 


. 


12 



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Rams Finish Regular Season Play At 10-13 



byDANG.O'SHEA 

The Grayslake Rams 
faced the Round Lake Pan- 
thers for the fourth time this 
week in regional tournament 
basketball play at Round 
Lake Senior High School af- 
ter losing to them Feb. 21. 

The winner of the Feb. 25 
Grayslake-Round Lake 
meeting advances to the title 
game on Friday, Feb. 28. 
Grayslake won the regional 
last year at Antioch when it 



matched the same four 
teams. 

Last wek started off well 
for the Rams with a 4*43 win 
at Jfohnsburg in a Northwest 
Suburban Conference game. 
Rams Coach Greg Groth 
commented, "We played a 
very good game. Jeff West 
and John Kui were just out- 
standing off the boards." 

West had 12 rebounds and 
Lui had 10. Bill "Sangbusch 
followed up with seven and 
Drew Flood had six. Tom 



Regional Action 



ROUND LAKE 

Tuesday, Feb. 25 

Round Lake vs. Grayslake 

Antioch vs. Grant 



CHAMPIONSHIP 

Friday, Feb. 28, 7:30p.m. 



LTBERTYVILLE 

Tuesday, Feb. 25 

Warren vs. Mundelein 
Wed, Feb. 26 

Carmel vs. Libertyville 
CHAMPIONSHIP 

Friday, Feb. 28, 7:30 p.m. 



TIME 
OUT! 

A Look At 
Sports Around 

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There is nothing worse than watching a 160 pair of basket- 
ball shoes trudge through the snow. Hey, isn't my new 
sweater out there also! It's nice to know that my son and I 
share ownership of everything I thought I owned. 

Oh well, all is not lost-he's still growing. Just a few more 
inches and I'll have the couch back. 

It sure would be nice to have the phone ring and have it be 
for me. 1 thought we were over that problem after the girls 
finished school. 

A LOOK AROUND THE COUNTY : 

IHSA Boys Basketball shifts into the tournament scene now 
that the regular season is over. 

North Suburban champion Warren ( 16-2 conference and 20- 
5 overall) has to be the favorite in AA regional play at Liber- 
tyville this week. 

In the Northwest Suburban, Marengo ( 12-2 conference, 22-4 
overall) took the crown and has advanced to the sectionals at 
Byron in Class A action. Round Lake (104 co nf erence and 
tied with Warren for the best overall record in the county at 
20-5) will be hosting the AA regional this week. 

Coach Bob Ward and his staff deserve a lot of credit in tur- 
ning around the basketball program at Round Lake. 

A LOOK BACK: 

In 1976 the Antioch Sequoits (10-3) fell from the top spot in 
the Northwest Suburban as Woodstock (11-2) won the crown, 
defeating Grant in the final game of the year 58-56. The 
Sequoits neding a win against Stevenson for a share of the 
title, wound up on the short end of a 61-58 score. 

This ended a two-year reign by the Sequoits who lost only 
ooce in 26 games. Over the past eight years, Antioch was a 
phenominal 80-15 in the NWSC. They had either won or tied 
for the title four times over that span. 

The NWSC all conference team of 1976 included: Scott Kim- 
ball (18.2) Antioch, KeUey Harris (16.0) and Mark Cordes 
(16.8) Stevenosn, Nick Selcbow (17.8) and Ron Genot (12.8 
Woodstock, Kevin Kelly (16.6) Grant, Mark McClain (13.3) 
Grayslake, Jim Miott (14.5) Lake Zurich, Brian Sarff (14.0) 
Wauconda, Steve Sherwood (13.1) Cary Grove and Lee Neer 
(14.5) Round Lake. 

In 1961 the Grayslake Inlanders (13.2) were the new cham- 
pions of the Land O'Lakes Semi Pro Basketball League, 

Members of the championship squad were Ray Domain, 
Dick Rendtorff, Eddie Bauer, Ray Vanderspool, Gale 
Peregrin, John Hook, Dave Jacobs, Bob Garvin, Bob Smith 
and Lloyd McRoy. ^_ 

Some of the all stars in that league were: Denny Fruend 
and Don Sheehan, Wauconda; Loren Miller and Jack Ar- 
seneau, Richmond; Bob Neuman and BiU Grinell, Fox Lake; 
and Jack Pregenzer, Mike Haviland and Art Smejkal, An- 
tioch. 

Registration Set 

there will be registration for 
all volleyball teams. 

The meetings will be held 
at Furlan's Dug Out Inn on 
Hwy. 83 in Trevor. 

For more information, 
please call Tom Furlan at 
(414) 862-9936 or (312) 395- 
5788. 



Dug Out Park in Trevor, 
Wis. has set the dates for its 
summer league 

registrations. 

On March 2, at 4 p.nt, 
there will be a meeting for 
all soflball teams. 

Then on March 9, at 4 p.m., 



Castino led all scorers. with 
19 points and Sangbusch had 
12. 

Going into its final con- 
ference game and final home 
game against Round Lake, 
Groth felt the Rams would 
win. However, the Panthers 
came from behind to win 62- 
53. The game was 
highlighted by - an 84-foot 
basket heaved by 6-7 Round 
Lake center Greg Kreitner 
as the buzzer ending the first 
half went off. 



Kreitner was in a comer, 
almost out of bounds, when 
he threw the ball one- 
handed. It hit the rim of the 
basket at the other end of the 
court and went in. Grayslake 
athletic director Harold 
Jahnke corroborated the 
distance of the shot. 

Grayslake led 28-23 at half- 
time. Groth was pleased 
with the way the Rams 
played. "Everybody played 
a good game, but we missed 
a few shots and made a few 



turnovers. Towards the end 
of the half we tried to slow 
the ball down. We made a 
few turnovers, so instead of 
being up by 11 at the end of 
the first half, we were only 
up by five." 

The Rams had the lead un- 
til midway in the third quar- 
ter when the Panthers took 
over 41-39. 

Castino led the Rams with 
20 points, while Sangbusch 
and Kelly Bye had 12 each. 
Sangbusch had 17 rebounds, 



equalling his season high, 
and Flood had five. 

Groth is very optimistic 
about the regionals. The 
Rams entered the first- 
round game with a 10-13 
season record. They were 6-8 
in conference play, finishing 
in fifth place. 

Castino scored 325 points 
during the regular season, 
averaging 14.8. He has 
scored 83 points in the last 
four games for a 21-point 
average. 



Warren Blue Devils Get 20 Victories 



by STEVE PETERSON 

It was circled in bright red 
on the statistical sheet for 
Warren Twp. High School's 
boys basketball team. 

Twenty Wins. 

The Blue Devils ac- 
complished the feat with 
little time to spare - the last 
game of the regular season. 
The 51-44 win over Liber- 
tyville Feb. 18 gave North 
Suburban Conference champ 
Warren a 20-5 overall record, 
16-2 in the league. 

Warren's latest win was 
made possible because of 
stingy defense and a strong 
fourth quarter. 

"The defense held us in 
there when the offense was 
struggling. We haven't been 



a spectacular team on 
defense, but we've been a 
strong defensive team. 
Coach Chimino(assistant 
coach Len) does a great job 
with the defense," Warren 
coach Darrel Bader said. 

Warren center Al Davis 
led the fourth-quarter at- 
tack. Down by three at the 
outset, Warren outscored the 
Wildcats 26-15 over the last 
five minutes of the game. 

With Warren trailing 29-26, 
Davis scored seven points on 
three inside layups and a 
free throw tied the game at 
31 after two Libertyville 
hoops. 

Davis finished with 11 
points and 10 rebounds as 
Warren won a fierce 
rebounding battle, 27-26. 



"Davis played a strong 
game for us. He came 
through when we needed it. 
He was playing with a very 
sore bade. We iced it when 
we got over here and put a 
brace on it We did not know 
if he would be able to play 
until warm-ups," Bader 
said. 

After the 31-all tie two 
minutes into the fourth 
quarter, Warren ran off 
eight straight points on four 
free throws by Joel Elfering 
and buckets from Bob Bell 
and Brian Jarrell. 

Elfering's two free throws 
with 3:24 made it 41-33 
visitors. Elfering and Bell 
had 12 points while Jarrell 
led Warren with 15. 

The way this one started, it 




appeared Libertyville was 
headed for its 14th straight 
win at home. 

Libertyville's pressing 
defense and poor execution 
on offense held Warren 
without a field goal for five 
minutes. Two baskets from 
Bell made it 10-5 Libertyville 
after one. 

An excellent defensive 
stand by WTHS in the second 
quarter allowed the Blue 
Devils to get back into the 
low-scoring game. Warren 
led 15-14 at halftinie. 

"In the first half we had 10 
turnovers and no baskets off 
offensive rebounds. That's 
not us. In the second half we 
told them to play with more 
patience and get the ball 
inside,' ' Bader said. 

Offer 
Bears 




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Red Hot Sequoits 

Antioch 's Don Kiesgen, 54, goes up for two pojnts during regular season play at 
Stevenson. The Sequoits were the hottest team in the county going into state 
tournament play with six wins in a row and a 16-9 overall mark. Antioch opened up 
in the Round Lake Regional against Grant Feb. 25.— Photo by Steve Young. 



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Honored 

Cornell College sophomore 
Elizabeth Heffernan of Lake- 
Villa has been named to the 
fall 1985-86 dean's list at the 
College. She received 
honors. Highest honors in- 
clude only 4.000 averages. 



Thursday, February 27. 1966 



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1986 Is Homecoming 
For State Of Tennessee 



The State of Tennessee has earmarked 
1986 as homecoming year. Elaborate plans 
are underway, says Gov. Lamar Alexander, 
who invites everyone to visit, or revisit 
Tennessee in 1986. 

"It's part history lesson," he says, "part 
reunion and part good old-fashioned 
hoedown. This year will be an exciting 
celebration of family fun and recognition of 
American values.. .everyone is welcome." 

Tennessee has long been a favorite tourist 
destination. The famous 2,100-mile Ap- 
palachian Trail touches 14 states, yet seems 
to have Tennessee as its best recognized 
host. Following the eastern state border, the 
most spectacular trail vistas peak in Smoky 
Mountain National Park where Clingman's 
Dome reaches 6,643 feet into the heavens. 
The Appalachian Trail is an unequalled 
pathway for exploration of eastern U.S. 
wilderness areas. 

An hour or so from Smoky Mountain 
National Park, near Norris, Tenn., is the 
Museum of Appalachia. John Rice Irwin, its 
owner and operator, developed displays 
from collections made by his parents and 
himself. It contains a wide variety of 
equipment, tools and furnishings used by 
Tennessee mountain folk in the past 200 
years. 

As Irwin toured us through the authentic 
relocated buildings, he pointed out a group of 
rare farm animals called Fainting Goats. 
The small statured, spindly legged herd 
numbered a half dozen. "When frightened 
they stiffen up in alarm and fall prostrate on 
the ground... giving the appearance of being 
dead, sort of like 'playing possum,'" he 
explained. 

Irwin's search into their origin has been 
unproductive, but Tennessee seems the 
dominant location for the few on record. 
Though thought by various owners to be of 
Asiatic background and imported early in 



the 1800's, they still remain mystery 
animals. 

Don't suppose visitors will solve the 
fainting goat mystery, but touring the Ap- 
palachia Trail sector of Tennessee can be a 
very pleasant and interesting look at early 
Americana. More '86 Homecoming details 
may be obtained by writing to: Tennessee 
Tourism Dev., Rm. T, Box 23170, Nashville, 
Tenn. 37202, or phone (615) 741-7994. 




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Automotive travel is a growing and 
favorite mode for vacationers because it 
permits stop and stay at any selected 
location. Americans drove more miles in 
1985 with greater safety, as national highway 
death rates dropped 1.5 percent. Illinois 
fatalities dropped to 1,531, a 2.6 im- 
provement, but we still rank seventh highest 
in the nation. 

This progress comes at a time when many 
folks are looking for new recreation vehicles 
at the ongoing Annual Chicagoland RV and 
Camper Show, located at O'Hare Expo 
Center in Rosemont. 1986 Rvs feature safety 
and economy of operation, sparked by 
tumbling gasoline prices and lowered 
finance rates. Show opens weekdays at 3 
p.m., Weekends at 11 a.m., and closes 
Sunday, March 2 at 6 p.m. Adult admissions 
are S5, and children under 13, $2. 



Cormel Freshman 
Participates In Band 



Cherise Sylvester, a fresh- 
man at Carmel High School 
for Girls, participated in the 
first All-Catholic Rand con- 
cert at DePaul University. 

Approximately 350 studen- 
ts from 30 schools auditioned 
for the band in December, 
students were selected and 
notified, and plans for the 
concert were made. Cherise 
was chosen to play the 
clarinet, receiving her con- 
cert music in advance of the 
Jan. 18 performance. 

John Paynter from Nor- 
thwestern University was 
the conductor for the day- 
long event. The students 
began the day with a three- 
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concert. Tapes of the per- 
formance have been sent to. 
the participating schools. 



After a short break, the 106 
energetic student par- 

On Dean's List 

Seott D. Poulter, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
Poulter, 23737 West Bayview 
Road, and Shari E. 
Schaulau, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert Scharlau, 
329 Cedarwood, Antioch 
were named to the first 
semester dean's list at St. 
Norbort College. 



How can the Joneses afford 
a week oil the Gulf Coast? 

Sit down to a seafood dinner in any one of our water- 
front restaurants and the couple next to you will probably 
be from Illinois. How can they afford it? Easy. Our hotel 
and motel rates are lower right now because it's off-season. 
So a lot of your Chicago neighbors are here enjoying the 
season we call winter — although you might call it spring. 
Our sun shines bright year round. So you can play golf on 
our 1 1 courses. Eat fresh seafood. Or stroll on the beach in 
just a jacket. Our free planner shows you just how little it 
costs. QScnd for yours today. Then just act smug when 
your neighbors ask how you can afford it. 

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January and the ground hog's prediction of 
a waning winter are behind us. Walworth, 
one of Wisconsin's southernmost counties, 
offers seasonal outdoor and indoor at- 
tractions of unusual interest.. .only an hour or 
so distant and plenty of snow. . 

Combing man's artifical snow creations 
with the production of Mother Nature, 
generates an extended downhill skiing op- 
portunity at four nearby locations. Food and 
housing is even easier to find in a county 
studded with exceptional lodgings and 
restaurants. All ski areas cater to beginners, 
provide rental equipment and elementary 
instructions. They offer chairlifts and rope- 
tows to position the hill thrill seekers. 
Mildest slopes are the two at Interlaken 
Lodge, designed for beginners and in- 
termediates. Americana, with 13 slopes, 
Majestic with nine and Alpine Valley's eight 
slopes provide beginner to advanced 
challenges. 

All also have the apre-ski amenities of 
rooms, restaurants and crackling firesides 



for the pleasantly fatigued. The added 
ambience of swim or surge pools, sauna and 
recreational extras are . widely available 
among resorts, as well as half a hundred 
Geneva Lakes Area motels, inns and lodges. 
These continue to offer economical winter 
rates., .making the fun even greater. 

Nine beginning points for cross country 
skiing instructions and groomed' trails for 
use of rental or personal equipment. Bring 
ice skates, too, and sample from among five 
conditioned ice areas. ..some with lights to 
guide blades after dark. 

Mark the calendar for Lake Geneva's 
Centennial Celebration, June 14-21. The 
century marking birthday party will over- 
flow with family attractions, parades, music, 
fireworks, special menus and a variety of 
entertainment. 

Details are contained in the Lake Geneva 
Area Winter Recreation Guide. Copies are 
available from Walworth County Tourism, 
Box 1007, Elkhorn, WI„ 53121, or call the 
Geneva Lakes Area Visitors Bureau, 1-800- 
345-1020 for specifics. 



Avon Unit To Meet 



The Avon Unit of Lake 
County Hometnakers Ex- 
tension Assn., will meet at 
the home of Irene Lahucik, 
at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, March 
11. 

Co-hosts will be Helene 
Keelcrand Donna McGrath. 

Grace Reinholds and 
Marge Sanders will speak on 
the lesson, "Pros and Cons 
on Exercise." Each month 
the unit sends two people to 
take the lessons, with guest 
speakers giving them in- 
formation on subjects 
chosen with the help of the 
university and others. 

On the first Monday of 
each month, Mrs. Powell, 
Mrs. Sanders, and Mrs. 
Gross, show how to make 
crafts at the Extension, from 
9 a.m. to noon, for anyone 
who would like to 'earn or 
teach. 



Three new members have 
joined the Avon Unit: Lillian 
Rodriduez, Betty Lisk and 
Dorothy Esterberg. Mem- 
bers would like to welcome 
them to the club. 

Anyone interested in 
joining may call (312) 223- 
5472. 



Sweet Adelines 

The Sweet Adelines is a 
singing group that combines 
four-part harmony in bar- 
bershop style. The Lake 
County area group meets at 
7:30 p.m. every Thursday in 
the choral room at Mun- 
delein High School. For in- 
formation, call Julie (312) 
356-7526, or Ruth at (312) 362- 
0886. 



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CNN Headline 

New* 

CD Jim k Tammy 

[HBO] R.W. 

(ESPN] Colltf e Basket- 

ball Tournament 
5:30 O Morning Stretch 

Suptrman 

U.S. Firm Report 

CD Muppet Show 

{HBO] MOVIE: The 

Fifth Mu*k»tt€f ' 
3:35 Between the Line* 
6:00 O Divbruk 

O Agriculture U.S.A. 

Health Marten 

QLhiIi 

O Buyer*! Forum 

Joy of Gardening 

From the Editor's 

Disk 

Our People lot Ms- 

panot 

Shape Up 
6:05 Saturday Funnies 
6:30 0Kldtwortd 

O Alvln L the Chip- 

munks 

New Zoo Revue 

O Popeyt 

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Kids, Inc. 

My View 

Action 60e 
6:35 Get Smart 
7:00 O Berenstaln 

Bean 

O OSnorfct 

Pink Panther 

end Sent 

O U.S. Farm Report 

Market to Market 

0GED-TV 

Milwaukee Ob- 



O Laf-A-Lympic* 

O Charlando 

This Old Houte 

<CC> 

Motorweek 

Rung Fu 

Sangeeu Pre* 

sants... 

Tom A Jerry 

Davey A Goliath 

[ESPN] Chemplonthlp 

Roller Derby 
9:30 O Punky Brewster 

Ewoks/Orolrfs 

Adventure Hour 

People to People 

Motorweek 

Woodwright't Shop 

0Popeye 

O Bible Bowl 

|HB0] MOVIE: 'Royal 

Wedding' 
10:00 O Richie Rich 

O Alvln «. the 

Chipmunk* 

The World Tomor- 
row 

Sneak Previews 

CNN Headline 

New* 

Soul Train 

Ernest Angley 

Comedy Classics 

Joy Junction 

[ESPN] Mark Sosln's 

Salt Water Journal 
10:05 MOVIE: 'Darby's 

Ranfers' 
10:30 O Dungeons and 

Dragons 

O Video Music 

Kldd Video 

Super Powers 

Team: Galactic Guardi- 



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Chicago '86 
[ESPN] SporttCenter 

7:05 Championship 
Wrestling 

7:30 O The Wuxzles 
(CC) 

O Gumml Bears 
UtBesJCC) 
tD WtM Kingdom 
Victory Garden 
O It's Your Business 
Larry Jonas Minis- 

Our Peopto toe NIs- 
panos 

. Adventures In 
teaming 

[HBO] MOVIE: 'On the 
Town' 

(ESPN) Down the 
Stretch 
8:00 O Jim Hanson's 
Muppet*, Babies A 
Monsters 
0Smurfs 
Bugs Bunny/ 
Looney Tunes Comedy 
Hour I 

O Gamer Tad Arms- 
trong 

House for All Sea- 
sons 

Great Outdoors 
Glggwsnort Hotel 
Cinema, Cinema 
Recreation Net- 
work 

Toddler's Friends 
[ESPN] Revco's Work) 
. Class Women 
8:05 National Geo- 
graphic Eiplorer 
8:30 Bugs Bunny/ 
Looney Tunes Comedy 
Hour II 

O Minority Business 
Report 

Outdoor Wisconsin 
Last Chance Garage 
(CC) 

New Zoo Revue 
Woody Woodpecker 
Secret Place 
(ESPN] Tennis Maga- 
zine 
3:00 O Hulk Hogan's 
Rock W Wrestling 



O IN Flshermans Spe- 
cial 

Great Chefs of Chi- 
cago 

O Spoonful of Lovln" 
Circle Square 
[ESPN] Fly Fishing With 
Joe Humphreys 
11:00 O Pole Position 
BMr.T 

ABC Weekend 

Specials: Horatio Alger 

- Updated: Frank and 

Fearless (CC) Part 1 

<m. 

Wall Street Week 
Brady Bunch 
0Alabare 

Wrestling 

Business File 

Video Connection 

(HBO) MOVIE: 'By* By* 

Birdie' 

[ESPN] GoM: Lady Kem- 

1 1:30 O Get Along Gang 
( America's Top Ten 

VsV •SptOelf n^Mi 

American Band- 
stand 

MOVIE: The Dude 
Goes West' 

Sesame Street (CC) 
Leave It to Beaver 
Business File 
0SotoAd 
[ESPN] WorM Cup 
Skiing 



Sunday 



MORNING 



5:00 O Bill Cosby Show 
O CNN Headline 
News 

Superman 
Batter Way 
Our World 
[HBO] MOVIE: 'Man Du- 
gan Returns* 

5:30 O For Our Times 
O Editor's Desk 
Pattern for Living 
The World Tomor- 
row 

Muppet Show 
Better Way 

6:00 Daybreak 

Hickory Hideout 
O Mass for Shut-Ins 
O Greatest Sports Le- 
gends 

Westbrook Hospital 
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Family Counseling Clinic, Inc. 

FREE PREGNANCY COUNSELING 

We can help you make choices and decisions as 
you face an unplanned pregnancy and plan the 
future lor yourself and your child. 

Family Counseling Clinic; Inc. 

Grayslake and Barrington Offices 
24 Hour Telephone: <31 2) 223-81 07 

19300 W.'Hwy. 120, Grayslake, IL 60030 
Telephone (31 2) 223-81 07 



America's Black 
Forum 

© Chicago '86 (R). 
Jewish Jewels 
IESPN] Winning Golf 
6:30 O Objective: Jobs 
Ready or Not 
O Insight 

O Community Calen- 
dar 

Christopher Close- 
Up 

Bugs Bunny and 
Friends, 

Glory to God 
Jimmy Swaggart 
ID Paul Yonggl Cho 
[ESPN] SportsCenter 
6:45 O What's Nu7 
7:00 O DJMerent Drum- 
mers 
O Gamut 

O Robert Schuller 
Of Cabbages and 
Kings 

Dr. James Kennedy 
Sesame Street 
(CC) 

Look In 

Funtastic World of 
Hanna-Barbera 
Divine Plan 
Rejoice In the Lord 
[HBO] MOVIE: 'That's 
Dancing' 

[ESPN] Action Sports 
of the 80's: Bridge- 
stone Winter Ski Spe- 
cial 
7:30 Magic Door 
O This Is the Life 
Everyman 
Weekend Edition 
O Hour of Power 
Kenneth Copeland 
Faith Messenger 
Dr. Dekruytor 
[ESPN] College Basket- 
ball: Virginia at 
Maryland 
8:00 O CBS Sunday 
Morning News 
O Sunday Worship 
Friends 

Vernon Jarrett: 
Face to face 
O Mass for Shut-Ins 
Mr. Rogers' 
Neighborhood ' 
Ever Increasing 
Faith 

Oral Roberts 
Growing Years 
Changed Lives 
6:25 Wild America 
6:30 Dawn of a New Day 
Health Matters 
Eyewitness Forum 
O Chtcegoland 

Church Hour 
S esa m e Street (CC) 
Elmbrook Church 
Superwnday : 
Funtastic World of 
Hanna-Barbera 
Crowing Yaars 
Living Stones 
8:35 0AndyGrlfath 
9:00 O Jimmy Swag- 
gart 

Essence 
Lou Hanson Show 
O Cisco Kid 
Wonderworks (CC) 
Channel 12 This 
Weak Part 1 
Superman 
Focus on Society 
Marilyn Hkkey 
[HBO] Fraggle Rock: A 
Brush with Jealousy 
(CC) 
9:05 Good News 
9:30 Face the Nation 
America's Choice 
O Expect a Miracle 
Ray Meyer Show 
O The Lone Ranger 
3-2-1, Contact (CC) 
This Week With 
David Brlnkley (CC) 
Leave It to Beaver 

Focus on Society 
Lloyd John Ogllvie 
(HBO] MOVIE: 'Flam- 
ingo Kid' (CC) 
[ESPN] Outdoor Life 
9:35 MOVIE: 'Mister 
Roberts' 



10:00 Lea Phillip Show 
O Wall Street Journal 
Report 

Warner Saunders 
O The World Tomor- 
row 

Chicago Bulls Show 
Rawhide 
Secret City 
CNN Headline 
News 

Addams Family 
Hour of Power 
Super Sunday 
O Planet Earth: The 
Climate Puzzle (CC) 
Monument of Faith 
[ESPN) Flshln' Hole 

10:30 O Newsmakers 

O Bowling With the 
Champs 
Don't Miss 
O Answer Is Love 
This Week With 
David Brlnkley 
Matinee at the Bi- 
jou 

Channel 12 This 
Week Part 2 
O The Munsters 
Tom & Jerry 

10:45 Barry Sllberg/Dr. 
Gene Jukebek 

11:00 O O College Basket- 
ball: Iowa at Indiana 
City Desk 
O Wild, Wild West 
WWF Champion- 
ship Wrestling 
F-Troop 
All Star Wrestling 
Woody Woodpecker 
Teaching Students 
with Special Needs . 
Annointed Word 
[ESPN] SportsCenter 

11:30 O Closer Look 
O Meat the Press 
Wall Street Journal 
Report 

Hogan's Heroes 
The Fllntstonee 
Electric Language 
[HBO) MOVIE: 'The 
Aviator' 

[ESPN] Top Rank Box- 
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5:00 O Bill Cosby Show 
O Roy Rogers 
O Varied Programs 
0Ag-Day 
CNN. Headline 



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tom of the Sea 
Jim & Tammy 
IESPN) Aerobics: Bod- 
ies In Hotlon 
5:30 Morning 
Stretch 

Varied Pro- 
grams 
O CBS Early Morning 



6:45 0News 

Hatha Yoga 
7:00 0CBS Morning News 
O0 Today 
Good Morning 
America (CC) 
Bozo Show 
O Sesame Street (CC) 
3-2-1, Contact (CC) 

El Mlnlsterlo de 
Jimmy Swaggart Pre- 
sents 

Tom A Jerry 
(ESPN) Varied Pro- 
grams 
7:05 I Dream of Jeannle 
7:15 Varied Programs 
7:30 Sesame Street (CC) 
Jayce and the 
Wheeled Warriors 
Richard Roberts 
Show 

The Fllntstones 
Success 'n Life 
7:35 Bewitched 
6:00 O $25,000 Pyramid 
Mr. Rogers' Neigh- 
borhood 
Heat he 1 1*. 
GoBots 

Somethlng.Beautl- 
ful 
8:05 Hazel 
8:15 Weather 
8:30 O Break the Bank 
O Beverly Hillbillies 
Polka Dot Door 
Mr. Rogers' Neigh- 
borhood 
Scooby Doo 
Jimmy Swag- 
gart 

© Jayce and the 
Wheeled Warriors 
Instructional Pro- 
grams 
8:35 I Love Lucy 
9:00 O Donahue 

O O Family Ties 
O The Young and the 
Restless 

Oprah Winfrey 
Show 

O Waltons 
Hooked on Aero- 
bics 

Varied Programs 
All My Children 
700 Club 
Stock Market 
Emergency 
Shape Up 
9:05 Varied Programs 
9:10 Sesame Street (CC) 
9:30 O Headline Chasers 
- Sale of the Century 
Varied Programs 
O Business Newsmak- 



10:00 



0CNN 

$25,000 Pyramid 
O Wheel of For- 
tune 

O Price Is Right 
Bruce Forsyth's 
Hot Streak 
O Big Valley 
Varied Programs 



20 Simula Workout 

Faith Twenty 

SuparStatJon Fun- 

lima 

Graat Spaca Coas- 

ss0T 

[ESPN) Nation's Busi- 
ness Today 
6:00 Daybreak 

Today In Chicago 
O CBS Morning Newt 
ABC News this 
morning (CC) 
O Muppet Show 
Farm Day 
Graat Space Coas- 
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Shape Up 
[ESPN] Varied 
grams 
6:15 00 Weather 

IB News 
6:30 CBS Early Morning 



O NBC News at 

Sunrise 

O Bugs Bunny 
Nightly Business 
Report 

Varied Pro- 
grams 

ABC News this 
Morning 

The Fllntstones 
• ' El Club 700 

Woody Woodpecker 
[ESPN] Nation's Busi- 
ness Today 
6:35 The Fllntstones 



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Moet Active Stocks 
10:30 The' New Card 
Sharks 

O Scrabble 
New Love Amer- 
ican Style 

Everybody's Here 
Jimmy Swaggart 
Ask an Expert 
10:50 Varied Programs 
11:00 O Press Your Luck 
O Another World 
Super Password 
O Donahue 
O Ryan's Hope 
O Little House on the 
Prairie 

Tic Tac Dough 
Jim A Tammy 
Local News 
Divorce Court 
CD Varied Pro- 
grams 

[ESPN] Aerobics: Bod- 
ies In Motion 
11:05 Perry Mason 
11:15 Most Active Stocks 
11:30 The Young and the 
Restless 

5earch for Tomor- 
row 

Loving 

Sesame Street 
(CC) 

Joker's Wild 
Ask an Expert 



The Munsters 
Jimmy Swaggart 

AFTERNOON 

12:00 O Days of Our 
Lives 

O O News 
All My Children 
tD Andy Griffith 
Batman 
Varied Programs 
€D Marvin Gorman 
12:05 Varied Programs 
12:20 Ask an Expert 
12:30 O As the World 
Turns 
Inday News 
Mr. Rogers' Neigh- 
borhood 

O 3-2-1, Contact (CC) 
A Perfect Match 
Wonder Woman 
Get Smart 
CNN News 
1:00 O Santa Barbara 
O Another World 
O One Life to Live 
O What's Hot, What's 
Not 

Varied Pro- 
grams 

Local News 
Happy Days 
Instructional Pro- 
grams ' 

Camp Meeting USA 
1:15 Most Active Stocks 
1:30 OO Capitol 

Carol Burnett 
Hooked on Aero- 
bics 

Lost in Space 
Ask an Expert 
Mork A Mlndy 
2:00 O The Guiding 
Light 

O Love Connection 
O Santa Barbara 
General Hospi- 
tal 

O Andy Griffith 
Varied Pro- 
grams 

Fat Albert 
2:05 Bugs Bunny and 

Friends 
2:30 O Let's Make a Deal 
Scooby Doo 
Muppet Show 
Ask an Expert 
Woody Woodpecker 
3:00 O Price Is T.;«i.: 
O Jeopardy 
New Newlywed 
Game 
O Maude 

Bast of Family Feud 
O Heathctll 
Everybody's Here 
Hour Magazine 
Challenge of the 
Gobots 

The Fllntstones 
100 Huntley Street 
3:05 The Fllntstones 
3:10 Varied Programs 
3:30 Utile House on the 
Prairie 

Love Connection 
O WKRP in Cincinnati 
Jeopardy - 
M.A.S.K. 
Today's Special 
Mr. Rogers' Netgh- 



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Oil rent Strokes 
Las Amazonas 
What's Happanlngtl 
5:05 0AndyGrhlih 
5:30 O CBS News 
O NBC News 
O NBC Nightly News 
ABC News 
O Jefersons . 
3-2-1, Contact (CC) 
MacNell-Lehrer 
Nawshour 

Leave It to Beaver 
Dlf 'rent Strokes 
5:35 O Carol Burnett 



■ O.I, 
700 Club 
He-Man * Masters 
of the Universe 
Varied Programs 
3:35 Brady Bunch 
4:00 Hart to Hart 

O Varied Pro- 
grams 

People's Court 
O Divorce Court 
0News 

Transformers 
Mr. Rogers' Neigh- 
borhood 

New Newlywed 
Game 

She Ra Princess of 
Powar 

Hatha Yoga 
4:05 Leave It to Beaver 
4:10 Sesame Street (CC) 
4:30 O People's Court 
News 
O Jefersons 
O G.I. Joe 

Sesame Street (CC) 
$100,000 Pyramid 
The Jetsons 
Thundercats 
Varied Programs 
4:35 Beverly Hillbillies 
5:00 0OO0Naws 
O Good Times 
Wild. Wild World of 
Animals . 



* SPECIALS * 



FRIDAY 
2/28/86 

4:00PM [HBO] — The Best 

of Farm Aid: An 
American Event 

Highlights from 
the 1 4 hour bene- 
fit concert that 
occurred Sep- 
tember 22, 1985 
are hosted by Wil- 
lie Nelson. (60 
min.) 
6:30PM O — Nicky and 
the Nerd 
SATURDAY 
3/1/66 



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ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD 

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changes in the assessments of real property for the Year 1985, as authorized by the Lake 
County Board of Review for WAUCONDA TOWNSHIP properties. 

These values are subject to adjustment by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue 
equalization factor, if any. 

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11631 

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29082 

60081* 

11.921* 
20190 
18680 
153*7 

60081* 

271)11 
29666 

■ 6oo8i) 

1017 
5186 



1)038 
1*038 



1511 
15H 



1591 



2719 



3021 
1511 



1702 



1702 



1*189 
M89 



2*57 

2971 
21)67 



21)57 



3112 



5871 



3112 
3595 



1*189 
1*189 
1*189 
1*189 



7855 
U61 



1168 

1762 

109*6 



IMP 



12151 



12535 



119H) 
101*12 



117S«t 



20559 



ST. NO. D. NAME 






INDEX NUMBER 


LAND. 


IMP 


118 S WAUCONDA NATIONAL 
231 N WAUCONDA NATIONAL 
300 N C SNEED-MCCALL 


BK (r 

BANK 


0926ltO3O33 
09261*01*011 
09261)03005 


37239 

5236 
2789 


85806 
19707 
22950 


37239 

5236 
2789 


37761 

161.77 
17B90 


MAPLE AV 






WAUCONDA 


60081* 






206 S R OLSEN ■ 




09261*11.009 


1289 




3001 




MONROE AV 






WAUCONDA 


60081* 






1109 B WAGNER 




092UO2023 


21*57 


8539 


21*57 


7169 


NANCY CT 






WAUCONDA 


60081. 






K RANIERI 




0921)303011 


2618 


19261) 


2618 


15781. 


NORTH SHORE DR 






WAUCONDA 


6OO8I4 






D BEAL 
1116 N SCHECK 




092U1900B 
0921*301015 


2*57 
21.57 


20671. 
18760 


2i<57 
21*57 


20321* 
17210 


OAKS AV- 






WAUCONDA 


60081* 






WAUCONDA CEMETARY 


ASSOC 


09361OI003 


665 








0AKWO0D RD 






WAUCONDA 


60081* 






*50\ C NOLTING 




0926108018 


1*189 


11)31*0 


1*189 


13900 


OSAGE ST 






WAUCONDA 


60081) 







33*0 21560 



1702 



.2709 11.996 



1591 



15582 
151*81* 



8185 
I6919 



161.85 
1517B 



11161 

22126 

7068 



10356 



3686 I6U7 



17961 



8551 



10551 
1071*1 



i*92l* 25122 



11.186 
19050 
17100 
11.137 



26911 
19666 



7 

13615 



0926207009 



092U 11.001 



0926110007 



*13 W POWERS 

SHERIDAN DR 

801) DOWNS 

WILLOW RD 

390 COLONIAL MORTGAGE 

WOOOLANO AV 

J CERVENY 

ROBERTS RD 

28608 W r C HALANOWSKt 

BEECH ST 

27551. N KLEKOVIC 
27575 N H ANDERSEN 

CONVERSE RD 

27908 N D PHILLIPS 

HILLSIDE OR 

31897 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE O90MO3001 

HWY 120 

28585 W M KRUEGER 

OAK ST 

27739 N G GRANA 



71.92 
WAUCONDA 

1)891) 
WAUCONDA 

4189 
WAUCONDA 
0925207016 2971 
UNINCORPORATED BARRINGTON 

O9333O30O5 1*582 
UNINCORPORATED MCHENRY 



0928107006 

092810301 I 



2125 
1782 



UNINCORPORATED MCHENRY 

0928100021. 3766 

UNINCORPORATED MCHENRY 

' 810 

UNINCORPORATED MCHENRY 

0901*1000160011 8867 
UNINCORPORATED MCHENRY 

0928103103 5569 

UNINCORPORATED MCHENRY 



WALNUT ST 

27676 N J HALL 092810301)8 

27718 N T RIEMANN 0928102010 

CALLAHAN RD 

29lt70 N LASALLE NATIONAL BANK 
30213 N H BIEZE 
30213 N H BIEZE 

GILMER RD 

35009 N T MURPHY 

HWy 12 

31828 N J READY 

ANDERSON RD 

r 

261*33 N WAUCONDA NATIONAL BK I 
26U5 N J MOTTO 
26711. N D DOESSEL 

DARRELL RD 

27308 N C BROOKS 
29555 N E WEST 

ELM ST 

26817 N COUNTY OF LAKE 0933108008 



1782 
1782 



UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

09 1 u 0000500 io 1.86J. 
09111.0000300)0 730 ) 
09111*000030011 359 

UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

0903200035' 5236 
UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

O9O320OOII* 8308 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 

O9353O00OI* 5*78 
0935300003 5901 
0931*2000030011 I865 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 

09281*00001*0021 
09151000070021 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 



26985 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0933102009 

FOREST GARDEN RD UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 



1320 
1180 



27955 N FINLAYSON 

27956 N C BROWN 



0927200021 
0927200001) 



7593 
7593 



GARLAND RD UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 
28871 N MARGARETTEN L COMPANY 0921.100012 32*3 

GOSSELL RD UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 
29586 N G HIGG1NS 09 1 31*0000500 11 60S 

HICKORY LN UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 
28070 N E PI EL 0921*309067 2820 

HWY 12 UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 
26556 N CELL I PETROLEUM COMPANY 09352000*0 1210 



IVANHOE RD 

25285 W J NOFFSINGER 

LAKE DR 

28100 N G KIEFFER 

LAKE AVE WEST 



UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 
09361)02001) 7*01 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 
092*300025 *86* 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 



2*077 
60081* 
1789* 
60081. 

17693 
60081* 

165 15 
60010 

*1*28 

60050 

1*60 
2105 

60050 

162*3 

60050 

60050 

19*70 
60050 

12567 

60050 

16323 
. 13091 

60073 

2 1 107 
3)106 

60073 
25759 
60073 
*B769 
60081* 

30*11 

39313 
20670 

60081* 



60081* 



60081* 

31710 
16831 

6008* 

2209I1 

6008* 

18750 

6008* 

8570 

6008* 

6008* 

27H9 
6008* 
.18207 
6008*. 



7*92 22620 



*89* 

1*189 

2971 



2125 
1782 



8867 
5569 



1782 
1782 



1*861. 

1*830 

1*78 



5236 
8308 



5*78 
5901 
1865 



925 
175* 



7593 
7593 



608 



2820 



1.861) 



17*8** 



16*83 



1*980 



*582 38668 



10 
515 



3766 151*3 



1*750 
IO887 



12133 

9651 



19207 
31106 



25299 



*1025 



23571 
38373 
10670 



261)0 

13231 



32*3 1B18* 



8750 



79*0 



71)01 2*629 



17697 



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ST. NO. LV NAME 



INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 



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2682A N COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 093310102.lt 1580 
LAKEVIEW OR UNINCORPORATED WAUCONOA 

27891 W C DOnANICO 0935301001. 8912 

LEI BERT ST UNINCORPORATED WAUCONOA 



26823 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0933109008 
26637 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0933109006 



1320 
1100 



MAIN ST 



UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 



267^8 N R JONES O936IOOO26 

28352 W ft ftAZUR 0933205020 

28353 W COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 093321 1001* 
28367 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRU5TEE 0933211003 
2B42I W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0933210002 



2810 
790 
790 
790 
990 



6008»* 

*»3573 

6oo8fe 

&008U 
11661 



8912 33573 



2810 10591 



MAPLE AV - UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 

28523 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0933112001 1320 



HAY ST 

271*69 W R ttACHO 

MONROE AV 

28581. N J MC CALL 

MOREY ST 

26776 N D AHLCREN 

POPLAR ST 



UNINCORPORATED WAUCONOA 
0931*201001 8791 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONOA 
092lt2060li3 521*6 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONOA 
0933212021 1299 

UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 



26832 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0933109010 1100 
WEST DR UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 

25795 W H BATES 0921*309033 2669 

WEST LAKE SHORE DR UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 

26106 N F MCCASLIN 09361*08002 10090 

WILLIAMS PARK RD UNINCORPORATED WAUCONDA 

27201. N WAUCONDA NATIONAL BANK 0927300017 H1 17 
WINDING LANE AV UNINCORPORATED WAUCONOA 

28171 N J LASCH 0921(309008 1631 

1985 
PRINTERS LIST 
Certificate of Error 



6OO8I1 

60081* 
25386 
6O0B1* 
23967 
60081* 
1752 
6oo8>* 

6oo8>« 
12718 
6oo8i» 
50360 
6oo8t* 
30583 
60081* 
1833 

Township 



8791 21756 



521.6 215V7 



1299 



12 



2669 II978 



10090 



11M7 



1631 

UAUCONDA 



1*1*350 
281.13 

13 



TR 10203205 1st Nat 
Uaucanda Am Legion 
Anton Oachec 
nary C Salemi 
Ronald Jonas 
Don E Miller 
James Santella 
TR R44 1st Nat Barr 
Chesney Brooks 
Robert U Rauflchert 
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION 



PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 



Frank R 8usch 

Eugene C Bauer Jr . 

Stephen 3 Saranoski 

Ceta Casten 

Michael Cassata 

Laurence Foulke MO. 

John J Cerdjunis 

John Crazlnskas 

Ruth Johnson 

Louisa Koffen 

Mary Larson 

Eleanore Merritt 

Trances E Neiueom 

Crete Ohrt 
Eduard C Suanson 
Martha Rossdeutcher 
George U Schauor 
Maria Schuld 
John Uambach 
H0I1EST E AQ LIMITED 



0926300017 
0936106004 
0926204044 
0921110079 
D921315030 
092441200Q 
093320001B 
0926203023 
0928400004 
0924400002 
SENIOR 



FROM 

TuTT 
LAND 



ASSESSED VALUE 



or 



John Uambach 
Roger D Hartman 
Terrence Morgan 
Thomas Murphy 
Juan Oavila 
Uilliam Long 
Leo Regner 
Richard Escharlch 
Frank Denning 
Millicent Pisch 
Del Freund 
George Soefker 

VETERAN'S 

Dorothy Pedsrsan 



0933218011 

09142D0007 

0926306004 

0933101022 

0936108012 

0926203016 

0926101014 

0926108004 

092442901S 

0926415002 

0926106016 

0926304008 

0926209013 

092S30701B 

0926407024 

0903200031 

0924300011 

0933214006 

0904100010 

EXEMPTION 



B070 
SS10 
7300 
2660 
1690 
4290 

17160 
5B30 

27020 
1290 

I200D 



IMPROVEMENT 



33040 
338B0 
11 BOO 
24190 
26890 




990 
REDUCTION) 



TuTTor 
LAND 



TO, 



IMPROVEMEN 



6070 
540 
7BB0 
2660 
1690 
4290 
9000 
2000 
670 
1290 





29950 
10720 
21720 
228D0 



0904100010 
0924204009 
092B103099 
0926413007 
092431200B 
0925306017 
Q90320002B 
0921110097 
0921303011 
0924426022 
0926412008 
0933200020 
EXEMPTION 
Q924d220d£ 



11450 
25340 
15730 
20880 
131 BO 
15010 
54910 
15570 
12600 
67540 
21210 
27390 
(130.000) 



>9S7Q 



TOTAL QUALIZED 



TgTrT 

21840 
12230 

173B0 
9680 
11510 
51610 
12070 
9100 
64040 
17710 
23B90 



VALUE 



Feb. 27, 1986 
286D-224-WL 



CORRECTIONS IN NEWPORT TOWNSHIP 

ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD 

OF REVIEW FOR 1985. 

Pursuant to Sec. 109 of the Revenue Act of 1939, as amended, the following is a list of the 
changes in the assessments of real property for the Year 1985, as authorized by the Lake 
County Board of Review for NEWPORT TOWNSHIP properties. 

These values are subject to adjustment by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue 
equalization factor, if any. 

This publication does not reflect changes for Homestead Exemptions or Veterans' Exemp- 
tions. 

Note that land values and improvement values appear separately and should be added 
together to arrive at a total assessed value. 

INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 

OLD MILL CREEK 6OO83 



ST. NO. D. NAME 

MILLBURN RD 



17510 W P KOPPEN 



03321000060010 



121*8 60691* 



121*B 55386 



ST. NO. D. NAME 




INDEX NUMBER 


LAND 


IMP 


KELLY RD 




WADSWORTH 


6OOB3 






WW MCLAUGHLIN 




03271000010011 15511 


1700 


15511 




RED OAK TER 




WADSWORTH 


60083 




- 


R SHEPTAK 




0335205001 6001 




6001 


"•7350 


WADS WORTH RD 




WADSWORTH 


6OO83 






CATHOLIC BISHOP 
CATHOLIC BISHOP 
CATHOLIC BISHOP 
CATHOLIC BISH1P 
CATHOLIC BISHl 


OF 

OF 

OF. 

OF 

OF 


0326300012 2930 

0326300013 5090 
0326300019 860 

03271*00009 1*620 
0327li00023 300 








CRAWFORD RO ' 




UNINCORPORATED ANT I0CK 


60002 


• 




1*2707 H L INCLIS 
1*2707 N L INCLIS 




03072000090010 
03072000090011 


- 


1*260 
1.226 


37950 
I830 


EDWARDS RD 


* 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






J KELLER 
J KELLER 
17555 W M MC CLURE 
1761*1 W M MC CLURE 
17700 W M MC CLURE 
181*06 W A VOSE 
181*08 W A VOSE 


• 


0307200011*0010 
0307200011*0011 
03083000060021 1202 
03083000050021 1215 
O3083OOOO2OO2I 2790 
03072000150010 
O3Q72O0O150011 




1260 
760 
373 
373 

81*3 

1280 

760 


1*1*820 
7070 

29250 


HUNT CLUB RD 




UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






1*2318 N M MC CLURE 
1*2720 N J SWAN 




O3OB3OOO07O02) 
0308100010 9695 


1*9000 


11*90 
9695 


"•7650 


SHERIDAN OAKS DR , 




UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 60002 






1*2590 N C CAIDA 




O3072O1OO3 7358 


78095 


7358 


6261.2 


HWY 1*5 




UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 


6001*6 






38923 H R RICKTER 




03311000300021 11588 




5590 




CRAWFORD RO 




UNINCORPORATED WADSWORTH 


60083 






N R RICHTER 




O33O3O0005O021 11*116 




' 8550 




HWY 1*1 




UNINCORPORATED WADSWORTH 


6OO83 




• 


3921*8 N ft ZADROZNY 




O3273OOOO6 3615 


1*278 


1807 


2139 



1.0750 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0321200010 271.0 

KAISER RD UNINCORPORATED WADSWORTH 

11*873 W CHICAGO TITLE 6 TRUST CO O3231020O7OO21 
11*910 W HOGAN 03231010060010 

11*910 W D HOGAN 0323)010060011 



60083 



KELLY RD 

15900 W J JOHNSON 

MILL CREEK RD 



UNINCORPORATED WADSWORTH 

0322300005 27679 
UNINCORPORATED WADSWORTH 



3911*3 N COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 03281*00003 



1*01*01* N H DEJONC 

1*1030 N ILLINOIS STATE TOLL 

MILLBURN RD 

18808 W K LYONS 
18808 W K LYONS 

STIEHR RO 

13851 W TRUST #2380 
13901 W R KASTAMO 



0321300003 
0316300009 



1*090 

19806 

1830 



UNINCORPORATED WADSWORTH 

O33HOOOO2OO10 
0331 "000020011 

UNINCORPORATED WADSWORTH 



0321*301005 
0321*301001* 



7031 
L67A 



BOULEVARD VIEW AV 




UNINCORPORATED 


WAUKEGAN 


36690 N D JOHNSON 




0336222003 




1931 


NORTHWESTERN AV 




UNINCORPORATED 


WAUKEGAN 


38811 N H MACIER 




03362O90O3 




3020 


WADSWORTH RO 




UNINCORPORATED 


WAUKEGAN 


13233 W L SCHEURING 




0336201*001 




16310 


OELANY RD 




UNINCORPORATED 


ZION 




1*3105 N C JANTZt 




O3O130O0O8 




11299 


KILBOURNE RD 




UNINCORPORATED 


ZION 




1*1780 N R GALGAN 




0311*1000100011 


1*97 


RUS5ELL RD 




UNINCORPORATED 


ZION 




11.600 W JONES t MORGAN 


03023000 18 




6090 


SK0K1E HWY 




UNINCORPORATED 


ZION 




N LAKE COUNTY 


FOREST 03161*00027 




37"*BO 


27TH ST 




UNINCORPORATED 


ZION 


• 


13021 W P HALICK 
13025 W P HALICK 

13029 W P HALICK 
13031 W P HALICK 
13035 W COUNTY OF LAKE, 


0321*1*01020 
0321*1*01019 

0321*1*01018 

0321.1(01017 

TRUSTEE 0321*1*01015 




690 
690 
690 
690 
690 



60083 
35<«53 

60083 

3961 

60083 

60083 

100258 
27857 

60087 

21*837 

60085 

13171 

60065 

2U53 
60099 
19606 
60099 
3000 

60099 
13320 

60099 
6OO99 



28TH PL UNINCORPORATED ZION 

t307l» W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0321*1.03030 

29TH ST UNINCORPORATED ZION 

13063 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0325201012 
13097 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 03252010*05 

1905 
PRINTERS LIST 
Certificate of Error 



69O 



60099 



60099 



690 
690 



820 

1260 

61*9 



1260 

l*09B 



7031 
I.671. 



6090 



Township Uorron 



23850 



27679 29653 



19806 



67050 
5770 



711.70 
20326 



1931 22037 



3020 11971 



16310 20153 



11299 I7867 



1.97 



111*20 



■ 


PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 


FROM 


ASSESSED VALUE TO 




. 


LUIS or 
LAND 


IMPROVEMENT 


LOTS or 
LAND 


IMPROVEMEN 


Eduard Ryan 
Jamas U Hoinaohn 


0731105010 

Q71B300024 


4090 

QG30 


21400 
28980 


4090 
BB3D 


17410 
9660 



2D Lakeland Newspaper* 



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I 1 Serbian Orthodox Ch. 07334000112 " 


-.'.34780 1000! 6 




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ST. NO. D. NAME 


INDE NUMB '"LAND 


IMP 


\\ n . tt n 


0733400016 


1B670 -.-. 


1 


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I HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION 


(SENIOR 


- (7000 


REDUCTION 








21*16 E R HOLBACH 


0601301.012 


1*150 


H970 


1*150 




| Lorcn'- Anderson 


0715410009 






11570 


Curtis Bauer 


O723207004 












- 


■ 










1 Elaina Churchill 


O730204O1B 












GRASS LAKE RD 


. 


LINDENHURST 


6001*6 




i 


\ - Frank Oraaaler 


0728208012 






\ 


















I Robert L Eruin 
\ Betty J Flood 


Q720200006 
07213Q0001 












VILLAGE OF LINOENHURST 


0226(100001 


60250 




39765 




' Beverly H Traser 


0715207085 
























U Juliet A Goue 


0714400023 












GREEN BRIAR LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 


1 




n Gerald E Hamll .:,< 


0731306013 
























L Robert F Johnston 


0730406036 












703 L LENCIONI 


06021*07065 


3*i79 


19539 


3*i79 


18*179 


tv Stan Jakubouioz 


D723409017 






'. 


















f Alex Koch 


0712405001 












HAWTHORNE OR 




LINOENHURST 


6001.6 






1 John Kleber 


07291 02D05 












f 












k Helen H Lepke 
f Ethel HcKinney 


0728409022 
O72B406002 












109 T GUASTA 


0235309007 


3*i79 


19188 


3*i79 


17298 


Alyda Mini • 


0702201009 
























I Borghild F Neeb 


0728206029 












HAZELW0O0 DR 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






Thurell R Parr 


0724101001 
























Julia P Schulz 


O72S409013 . 




. 








1901 R HERSHER 


023530*1027 


3218 


18075 


3218 


1*i075 


1 Edna Sebastian 
It. John Uagner 


0729303031 
0707300002 












303 J PETERSON 


0235303005 


3098 


21685 


3098 


21205 


( HOHESTEAD LIMITED 


EXEMPTION 


27520 


TOTAL 


EQUALIZED 


VALUE 




HILLCREST LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






It John Uagner - 


6?073o6o63 




2"402o 




, ■ 




K Ho'rat Rieckert 


0730300003 


j 29080 


- 


25580 


















1 John Mahnlch 


0723103006 


1B470 




1 4970 






52*> F MESSMER 


06021*07013 


3*179 


23589 


3*i79 


16779 


R Helen Claede 


0710400015 


1S82Q 




15320 


















L Herbert Kath 


0713407003 


26060 


22560 






HONEYSUCKLE CT 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






1 David Jennings 10715206054 


31830 


28330 


















I 




Feb. 27, 1986 


2308 J SLAY 


06021*0701*3 


3*179 


1181*0 


3*i79 


1161.0 




* 


286D-226-WN 


.LAKE SHORE DR 
328 R BINDLEY 


0235208021* 


LINDENHURST 
801*0 


6001*6 
26286 


801*0 




I 


- 






25716 


I CORRECTIONS IN LAKE VILLA TOWNSHIP 






LONGMEADOW OR 


'* 


LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD 
















OF REVIEW FOR 1985. 




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57 R KOESLING 


0235311032 
02353H013 


32 18 
3*i79 


18957 
16902 


. 3218 
3*i79 


153B7 
16232 


Pursuant to Sec. 109 of the Revenue 


i Act of 1939, as amended, the following is a list of the 


MAGNOLIA LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001.6 






changes in the assessments of real property for the Year 1965, as authorized by the Lake 


130 R CONNARD 


0601105002 


1*150 


15118 


1*150 


11*01*8 


County Board of Review for LAKE V 


ILLA TOWNSHIP properties. 






131 G HARRISON 


0601106006 


3*>79 


2172*i 


3*i79 


20661* 


, 






2<*17 J ONEIL 


0601 107010 


3*>79 


2177*i 


3*»79 


1988*1 


These values are subject to adjustment by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue 
equalization factor, if any. 


2500 R SARVER 
2509 W REMTER 


060l 106022 
0601 IO70I5 


3*>79 
3*179 


16732 
201*51 


3W9 
3*>79 


16172 
13351 










MAPLEWOOD DR 




LINDENHURST 


6001.6 






This publication does not reflect cru 


mges for Homestead Exemptions or Veterans' 


Exemp- 


1831 E D STACEY 












tions. 


, 






0235303025 


3*>79 


12020 


3*i79 


1161.0 


Note that land values and improvement values appear separately and should be added 


MEADOW OR 




LINDENHURST 


6001.6 


£ 




together to arrive at a total assessed 


value. 






2100 E ZUIDERWEG 


0235*i08015 


3*i79 


20662 


3*.79 


20502 


j ST. NO. D. NAME 


INDEX NUMBER LAND 


IMP 


2109 • L SAMPSON 
2116 ' T SENICA 


O235*i09003 
0235*i08023 


1.150 
3*i79 


17063 
2*i732 


1.150 
3*i79 


15633 
22732 


BURNETT AV 


LAKE VILLA 600V6 






NORTHGATE RD 


■ 


LINDENHURST 


600*16 






j T TINGLING 
208 A KELLY 


D605203003 liHO 28631 A»1lt0 


21*951 


380 H ADAMS 
518 J SHEA 


0235*101011 


801.0 


30687 


801.0 


30267 


0601*103015 2827 15900 2827 


11*300 


0235201019 


579*i 


22907 


579*i 


19357 


■ CEDAR LAKE AV 


LAKE VILLA 60046 


** 




OLD ELM RD 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






* ff COLLINS 


v 

0232200017 1253 12J.1I 1253 


10511 


2100 F FREDERICKS 
2101* M THEIS 


0602209013 
0602209015 


2967 
2967 


21073 
2169*> 


2967 
2967 


19183 
1919*1 


A CEDAR LAKE RD 


LAKE VILLA 6001.6 




/ 


2112 T HALL 


,0602209019 


2967 


1781*5 


2967 


16055 


m N T CO0VER 


0605300009 3589 28110 39B9 


18110 


PINECREST LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






E CHELSEA CIR 


LAKE VILLA 600d6 






1809 J SCKANK 


02353I*i005 


3218 


2325B 


3218 


21778 


R 205 K YOUNG 


0601*110019 -6737 20762 6737 


20272 


PLUM TREE RD 




LINDENHURST 


600 >*6 






W GRAND AV 


LAKE VILLA 600d6 






21*03 E J SEALES 


0601303001 


3*»79 


1751*i 


3*i79 


16061* 


1 R GR0BLEWSKI 


06o*ilO300B 2827 932 2827 


2 


\ ROLLING RIOGE LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






I 9 E C BURNS 


0601.IOOOOI ' ip33 20631 1033 


12511 


2201 E J GARDYN5KI 


0235l«11005 


3*»79 


19599 


3*i79 


17599 


1 NORTH SHORE DR 


LAKE VILLA 600**6 






2206 E R BAWELKIEWICZ 
2303 E C MOYER 


0235*>100I3 
0235*iU017 


31*79 
3*i79 


21123 
18707 


3*i79 
3*i79 


v. 19023 
17707 


1 R BOGOANOVIC 


0232202021. H18O 






- ROSE TREE LN 




LINDENHURST 


60046 






1 139 T STEFANSKI 


0232202009 1 1B3 ' B221 ll«3 


7821 






















171 T GILL I LAND 


0601101*012 


3*i79 


233*i8 


3*i79 


13638 


OAK LN 


LAKE VILLA . - 600*i6 






SAND LAKE RD 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






I 2U H WEBER 


0605201006 1193 12li51 115 


111.81 
















t 






2302 M STYCZEN 


0602211*033 


2967 


21*i33 


2967 


19713 


1 OAK KNOLL DR 


LAKE VILLA 600*t6 


















K 


<■ 






SPRUCEWOOD LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






1 R 0INAR0I 


060520203B 290 


















■ 








1909 D MARTIN 


0235311001 


3*i79 


26255 


3*i79 


2121*5 


0AKWO0D AV 


LAKE. VILLA 600<*6 






1912 E B GRAHAM 


". 0235305007 


3J.79 


1B737 


3*i79 


18187 


L J ALLEN U ENNIS 


0605201*007 952 7539 


952 


6219 


SUNSET LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






1 

f WESLEY AV 


LAKE VILLA 600*>6 






2303 S MOSIO 


060221*1016 


2967 


178*i5 


2967 


16355 


1 62 ANTI0CH TRUST COMPANY 


0601*105013 M*0 25<»03 ' 


*ido 


21.183 


2312 E J BEHL1NG 


0602212015 


2967 


23779 


2967 


'21109 


i 67 F WAIS 


0601*108006 1* \U0 22506 . ' 


«1l«0 


201*76 






















SURREY LN 




LINDENHURST 


6OOI16 






1 BECK R0 


LINDENHURST 6001*6 






*4 V 1 1 9 « k» ■ •» 1 » 












1 R CLAUSING 


0226J.03023 6**36 232*iB * 


H»36; 


22928 


1,02 T KEEFE 
till. G NERROTH 


0235205015 
0235205009 


579*i 
579*i 


21875 
23*i59 


579** 
579*i 


17375 
l*<959 


V 216 E GUTKE 


0235»t05025 579*i 25173 


579 1 * 


21*793 














B 308 B SCOTT 


0602 2 1501 2 2967 11900 


2967 


9700. 


TH0RNWO0D OR 




LINDENHURST 


6001.6 






T Slil W LEATHER 


0235201*010 579 1 * 20631 


579*» 


20101 


f 1 1 V r%i • " •* » ■' »■ 1 














. 




■ 


2312 S M PILLARD 


06021*0301*1 


1*150 


1*1596 


«*150 


11*326 


1 BRIAR LN 


LINDENHURST 600*i6 






21.06 E S GARCIA 


0601110017 


1*150 


2058 1 


1.150 


I876I 










305 S C FARRELL 


0602215001 


2967 


23589 


2967 


22339 


1 211 S HOUSING AUTHORITY OF 


0602212010 2967 Wt 


103S 


6109 














B 212 S B PARKER 


060221001*3 2967 2081*2 


2967 


18862 


TIMBER LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001.6 






1 2207 E R BYRNE 


06022 n*oo«i 2967 25955 < 


1967 - 


2*i955 


|6l R STEBBENS 


0601101030 


1*150 


2*il50 


1*150 


1B750 


H BURR OAK LN 


LINDENHURST 6001*6 






VALLEY DR 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 


- 




B 1811 L hETA 

B 1817 C PATTERSON 
R 20)6 F HARRISON 


0602105006 2967 H767 
0602 105009 2967 20120 
0602201*032 2967 U521* 


2967 
2967 
2967 


11997 
18520 

1177*i 


230 H EARL 
2307 K JOHNSON 
2311 E R PINKA 


0602209050 
0602210006 
0602210001* 


2967 
2967 
296? 


21.972 
19*189 
20331 


2967 
2967 
2967 


l*i972 
181*79 
2011*1 


B DEERPAJH DR 


LINDENHURST 6001*6 






WHISPERING PINES RD 




LINOENHURST 


6001*6 






I 510 S G KENNEDY 
■ 511 S B MC DERMOTT 
B 518 S A MILLER 


060 13030 19 3W9 1J331 
060 130 1037 '•'SO 1B»»1.6 
060 130302 3 3*»79. 2056 1 


3*79 

1*150 

31.79 


11*131 

1 681.6 
18851 


.51*1 R BENDER 

m 

WHITE BIRCH RD 


0235211005 


8ol*0 

• 

LINDENHURST 


*i!373 
6001*6 


801.0 

1 


35*168 


■ FAIRFIELD RD 


LINDENHURST 6001.6 






51*3 K BRUSHA8ER 


023610101*5 


579*1 


17053 


579*i 


16653 


K 1603 T CILI0 . 


0602 105002 2967 19 6 *»9 


2967 


17799 


WHITE OAK DR 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 






W, FEOERAL PKWY 


LINDENHURST 6001*6 






107 F NIEMOTH 


02353 1Q00* 


3*.79 


15719 


. 3*i79 


1*i719 


V R KOMAR 

B, 1ST AMERICAN BANK 


02261.03006 61*36 27268 
,02261*03002 61*36 281*61 


6i>36 
61*36 


> 26962 

27861 


WITCHWOOD LN 




LINDENHURST 


6001*6 

^ 






^^H rm M A HPl * \ t 


LINDENHURST 600l»6 






100 N CRAIG 


02351*07020 1*150 


25123 


1*150 


15393 


P< GRAND AV 














. 




> . • 


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Thursday, February 27, 1 986 



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ST. NO. D. NAME 

63 
6* 
68 



INDEX NUMBER LAND 



N D LOSACCO 

N I A UB IK HON 
N U SPARKMAN 



WOODLANE Dft 



2103 
2119 



B SIMPSON 
J BROWN 



0235*09015 
0235*07028 

0235^07027 



O&O22O9036 
06022090** 



4150 
Vigo 
I1I50 



2967 
2967 



WITTENBURG RD 
39772 N R MULDER 
EAGLE CT 

36276 N H RODCERS 
FAIRFIELD RD 
36*60 N J TROTTA 
ANTONIO AV 



UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 
0227101001 127*2 

UNINCORPORATED INGLES IDE 
O6O730OO06 1253 

UNINCORPORATED INGLES IDE 
0607302006 *&92 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



37221 N DIAnOND MORTGAGE CORP OF O6023I6OO9 



175* 



ARCAOE DR NORTH 

25626 V D ST JOHN 

BAY SHORE RD 

37220 N n VILLIARD 

BELHORAL PK 

388V 1 N R LARSEN 

BERN ICE OR 

36667 N H FRITZSCHIMC 

BRENTWOOD LN 

21665 W J LUECR 

CHESNEY DR 

25*07 W T DONAHUE 

COLUMBIA BAY OR 

25207 W H ADAMS 

25*91 W H OANIELSON 

25577 W MCHENRY STATE BANK 

COLUMBIA BAY RO 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

O5OI30201O 2256 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501301073 19930 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0232200030 260 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0609210010 1815 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0227302011 9*3* 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501206003 25*6 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



0136*0*002 
0501202001 
0501103007 



2195 
2586 
3*09 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



25116 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE OI3620OOI8 



260 



COLUMBUS AV 

37270 N A SAMUELSON 

CORONA DR 

36753 N ANTIOCH TRUST CO 
36818 N L JOHNSON 

DANNY LH - 

21326 W R GRIESS 

» 

DERING LN 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

060732002* 1013 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



0611101118 
O6IUOIO3O 



26*7 

8862 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0610220012 2015 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



2*799 W VETERANS ADMINISTRATION O23HO5OO6 38 10 

DOUGLAS LN UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

378*7 N BENSENVILLE STATE BANK 0603201005 3609 



ELIZABETH DR 
36795 N LARSON 

FAIRFIELD RD 

36825 N R GQBER 
38792 N APOSTOLOU 

FAIRVIEW LN 

37266 N J MCGARRY 
37309 N R SCHULTZ 
37356 N B CAP I M SKI 
37*00 N M PINGEL 

FOREST DR 

2*952 W C fllCHALSKI 

GLADE DR 

25620 W D JUCHA 

GRANADA BLVB 

3727* N J AOAMCZYK 

GRAND AV 

1910* W F WILLIAMS 

HAMPSHIRE LN 

371*7 N J RAY 
3719* N R ROOGERS 

HELEN DR 

36535 H J HOFFELT 

HILDA LN 

365*5 N W BOCOX 

HILLSIDE OR 

373*1 N L LEE 

HWY 59 

39136 N COUNTY 'OF LAKE 

JAMES DR 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
06 10113003 2015 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



O6O7203003 
02312OOOII 



2516 

100B5 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



0501*0702* 
0501*0*028 
0501*07016 
0501*07003 



1925 
1925 
1925 

1925 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0230107001 2997 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501105015 25*6 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0602312021 . 175* 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0612*00018 18*5 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



050130801* 
0501306028 



25*6 
25*6 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0610123011 18)5 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0610219010 1283 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501*06017 25*6 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0230302018 2310 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



40 loketaod Newspaper* 



20601 
20762 
19779 



LIHDEHHURST 600*6 



17193 
23318 

60002 

*O0*O 
600*1 

17965 

600*1 

10075 
600*6 
11890 

600*6 
16*01 
600*6 
3120B 
600*6 

600*6 

259*5 

600*6 

*7970 

600*6 

17*8* 

600*6 

12972 
22115 
28371 

600*6 

600*6 

912 
600*6 

2153* 
18095 

600*6 

20672 

600*6 

10967 

600*6 

22155 

600*6 

21*7* 

600*6 

15088 
20180 

600*6 

11*89 

21*6* 
16932 
1760* 

600*6 

11599 
600*6 

18797 

600*6 

10015 

600*6 ~ 

12952 

600*6 

1768* 
18035 

600*6 

22857 
600*6 
30*8 
600*6 
13*13 
600*6 

600*6 



*150 
*150 

*150 



2967 
2967 



IMP 

19771 
19172 

19**9 



15203 
228*8 



127*2 3*060 



1253 



*692 



175* 



2256 



7965 

8*75 
*7*0 

9281 



19930 28728 



1B15 



9*3* 



25*6 



2195 
2586 

3*09 



2*185 
*63*0 
1581* 



11*82 
17735 
26191 



1013 



26*7 
8862 



2015 
3810 

3609 
2015 



2516 
10085 



1925 
1925 
1925 
1925 



2997 



1987* 
1*765 



16972 

10837 

18965 
1962* 



1*858 
18330 



8739 
1350* 
15212 
1686* 



8599 



25*6 173*7 



175* 



18*5 



25*6 
25*6 



7705 



10012 



15B5* 
171*5 



18 15 207*7 



1283 



25*6 12683 



ST. NO. D. NAME 

36588 H J SCAHNELL . 
36922 N D POWELL . 
36935 N B ALDERTON 
37022 N L WIESE 

LAKE AV 

39*26 N E JURGAITIS 

LAKE SHORE DR 

37165 N H KENNEDY 

LAKEVIEW CT 

25587 W D PIISPANEN E SHORT 

LAWRENCE DR 

36536 N S J ARM 

' LEHMANN BLVD 
1 

2570* W R K.URZ 

LINCOLN DR 

25*50 W W TRICKER 

MARY OR 

36521 N M MORRIN 
36563 N G MORRIS 

MAURINE DR 

21589 W L HART 

MORTON DR 

215*7 W C NEFF 

HUNN RD 

38358 N A FUNK 

NATHAN HALE OR NORTH 

36796 D GOETSCH 

NEWBERRY LN 

252*2 W H MUELLER 

NIELSON DR 

21361 W L KWIATKOWSKI 
21922 W L LAFFOON 

NORMANDY AV 



INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 



0609211017- 

0609206OI8 

O610IO1OO6 

060**0501* 



1995. 
1815 
1153 
1615 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0230301032 6025 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501306OI* 25*6 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501310031 2326 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0610123020' 1815 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

O5OUOIOIO 981* 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501*12007 2055 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



0610122012 
0610122008 



2015 
2015 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0610IO9OO3 2015 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0610106017 2015 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

023**01012 5002 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0610212019 2*76 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0501*0201* 27*7 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



0610220001 
06101 1 601 2 



2015 
2015 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



/ 



369*9 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE O6I02O1OO* 



510 



NORTH AV 

23521 W E WASTAK 
PARADISE LH 

21136 V BRIDGES 

PARK CT 

25*07 W R STOlNSKt 

PARMA AV 

3732* N COUNTY OF LAKE 
37381 N A LIEBERT 

PENINSULA RD 

•38000 N W WHITFIELD 
38015 N D GLASER 

PETITE LAKE RO 

2*357 W R SWANSON 

PIPER LN 

37*23 N S OP I OLA 

PONCE AV 

37239 N E FLYNN 

ROMERO AV 

2056* W M CABLE 
2063* W C MRUHLINSKI 

ROSEMONT LN 

23755 W R LO SASSO 

SIENA DR 

20633 W T GRAHAM 

SPRUCE ST 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
023210600* 2767 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
0610*02005 2907 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

050120503* 579* 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
t 

0602303030 1750 
060230*010 18*5 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



050IIO2OOI 
01363O1007 



67*7 
6576 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
0231200002 2075 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
0501*02025 2777 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
0602325001 175* 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



0602313020 
0602313015 



175* 
175* 



UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
023211 BOO? 553* 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
0602313007 175* 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 



39129 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0227309001 150 

TERRY DR EAST UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

36851 N D MOYNfHAN 060920*OI5 2015 

VERONA AV UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

20723 W R ROBISON O6023O6O23 175* 

WACKER DR UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

25608 W MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES, INC 0501305030 25*6 

WAYSIDE PL UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
25212 W G STEWARD 0501*05006 1925 

WILDWOOO DR UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

363*1 N A POLLEN 0610*0*010 2015 

2HD ST UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA' 



iJ56** 

U639 

2065 

1J193 

600*6 

20271 

600*6 

23950 

600*6 

186*7 

600*6 

18215 

600*6 

3*306 

600*6 

11709 

600*6 

16*71 
161*0 

600*6 

18*06 

600*6 

1*306 

600*6 

13303 
600*6 

20351 
600*6 

2173* 

600*6 

1*777 

19559 

600*6 

600*6 

.5875 
600*6 

18566 

600*6 

19328 

600*6 

15579 
600*6 

3787* 
31298 

600*6 

180*5 

600*6 

2*271 

600*6- 

15*99 
600*6 

1 8687 
10967 

600*6 

19599 
600*6 

21263 
600*6 

600*6 
279*0 
600*6 

1*817 
600*6 

19198 
600*6 

25*13 

600*6 

15*99 

600*6 



.1995 
1815 

1153 
.1815 



6025 
25*6 
2326 
IB15 



1778* 

10309 

5 

10583 



1827 1 
22350 
16*07 
17605 



981* 31706 



2055 



2015 
2015 



106*9 



16O01 
1**00 



2015 15696 



2015 



5002 



10926 
10803 



2*76 19301 



27*7 • 197** 



2015 
2015 



13927 
12169 



2767 
2907 



9385 



136*6 
> 



579* 17518 



16*5 



67*7 
6576 



6819 



2787* 
23298 



2075 15925 



2777 



19071 



175* 1*709 



175* 
175* 



W087 
9807 



553* 179*9 



175* 16593 



2015 179*0 



175* 
25*6 
1925 
2015 



TI037 
10328 
16563 
9169 



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ST; NO. D. NAME 

21115 W J ROPER 

3*0 ST 

21843 W S WHITE 

7TH ST 



21910 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 02)4101022 ' 

1985 

PRINTERS LIST 
Certifies* tt of Error 



INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 

02)412001 J 2867 0351 1847 7521 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA. 60046 
'02)4119010 2B67 D524 2867 9174 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 60046 

890 

Township LAKE VILLA 



Martin Mueinaki 
Rueaall Trobarg . 
Edward R Heyea 
Donald R Guat ' 
Vincant 3 Lukaalk 

Saorga Hainz 
illiae T Lindeaann 
John Uhlthurat 
Thoaaa Ouvick 
Robart A Kana 
John Lodolca 
Patar Cordlar 
Steve Barnar 
HQRCSTCAO EXEMPTION 



LltiS 
Browr 



Taaa Brownlea 
3aan. R Borandaae 
Oanlal Buach 
Arthur W Byuall 

John Bar lea 
Kannath Bluaensehaln 
Michael Fioratto 
Clifton Cragg 
Lloyd R Caar 
nary Crlcus 
Gllbart 3 Cuanthar 
Edward Harper 
Thoaaa Koaanacky 
Roy U Kohnka Sr 
John La Plont Br 
Hlldagard A Nation 
Doria PI Olazawaki 
John Philllpa 
John Praba 
Claranca L Rach 
Carl 3 Schilling 
Oeytro 3 Skrypnyk 
Aloyalua 3 Salata 
Uarran Shaahan 
Carl Soronaan 
Marie H Lall 
Robert U Clgerand 
Charles Trlebolin 
HOMESTEAD LIMITED 



PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 



Hat-tin Musinski 
Taaa Brounloa 
Thorns Brodarick 
Gary Schultz 
Elanor n Laahr 
Thomas Krenka 
Eduard HIculinleh 
Philip Hack 
Eduard Laudenalegor 
Edmund Jones 
Enid Bartlstt 
John Thompson 
Donald L Flaglc 



Page 2 



0501204001 

060110701B 

0226401036 

0227301012 

0233401037 

0501 307011 

0602306022 

0136203016 

0232200066 

0227301011 

0602302029 

06062020 IB 

0136201016 

uoSSiofn'o' 

0235311024 

0602200006 
0501410006 
0233401019 
0604104022 
0136105008 
0609204023 
0234119003 
0610206004 
0235411018 
0233201049 
0235406021 
0235404016 
0611103002 
0501410064 
0609207010 
0501411016 
0601302012 
0602320023 
0136201007 
0235308022 
0230100037 
0604205001 
0601107061 
0501309001 
0230100010 
0602403023 
EXEMPTION 



FROM 



.015 or 

LAND 



2580 
3470 
5780 
9410 

13250 
2540 
1010 
4920 
1BB0 
9070 
1750 
B390 
4680 

12000 



u50l2O4Ofll 

0605201110 

0136102030 

0136404010 

0136404033 

0235208014 

0501204025 

050140602B 

0602204022 

0602402002 

0605201112 

0606205003 

0610201037 



ASSESSED VALUE 



IMPROVEMENT 



25BBO 
19820 
2BB40 
36310 
30610 
17140 

16530 
6450 
39010 
15480 
42250 
28990 
REDUCTION) 



Lot's or 
LAND 



TO 



2580 
3470 
5780 
9410 
6970 
2540 
510 
4920 
1890 
9070 
1750 
8390 
4680 



26620 
12220 
23280 
16130 
35390 
35950 
19220 
19270 
23590 
25260 
25000 
32590 
12610 



IMPRGVEMEf> 



24040 

25630 
35000 
1000 
16740 

12470 

1530 

36880 

13250 

37800 

10D 



TOTAL 



ST. NO. D. NAME 



INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 



EQUALIZED 



VALUE 



1985 

PRINTERS LIST 
Certificate of Error 



23120 

87 2D 
19700 
12630 
31690 
32450 
15720 
15770 
20090 
21760 
21500 
29090 
9110 



Tovn.hip LAKE VILLA 





PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 


FROM ASSESSED VALUE TO 






LOTS or 




L0T5 or 








LAND y 


IMPROVEMENT 


LAND 


IMPROVEMEN 


Roy Harz 


0610212001 


13620 


. " 


10120 


, ■ 


Mary Lou 5nou a 


0607300024 


6300 




2800 




Bart Mladlar 


0501110005 


25470 




21970 




Oonald Rozhon 


0607201004 


16SB0 




13060 




Albart Friadla 


0604402024 


17710 




14210 


, 


Kannath Shorkay 


0226401029 


31120 I 




27620 




3ohn Hipaaan 


0232108007 


25010 . 




21510 




3aaaa Saaaarling 


0607200003 


46990 




43490 




David Cngalking 


0608101002 


24250 




20750 




Kathlaan Giillana 


0605202063 


20960 




17460 




Joseph fGuida 


0606400001 


46450 


- 


42950 




Robart Bono 


0226403021 


30680 




271B0 




Robart Raukohl 3r 


0605205002 


33150 




29650 




Deaee F Stout 


0235409017 


25630 




22130 




Luellla A Belli 


0227301003 


40B30 


! 


37330 




Frank Uegner 


0235402008 


26020 




22520 




Robart 3aakal 


0226401040 


26100 




22600 




Edward Planacak 


0233401023 


40620 




37120 




Roland L Morgan 


0233402002 


46790 




43290 




Albart Funk 


0234401012 


15760 




12260 




Kiaball Knowlton 


0235303058 


30410 


. 


26910 




Ronald Beverly 


0235309001 


26440 




22940- 




To» A- Cuaata 


0235309007 


20720 




17220 




Lorna A Laa 


0501406017 


15190 


• 


11690 




Rayaond Edwards Sr 


023*118008 


2860 


B740 


2860 


4B30 


Joseph rloulis . 


0501110002 


15350 


3160 


15350 






Feb. 27, 1986 
286D-227-LV 



CORRECTIONS IN GRANT TOWNSHIP 

ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD 

OF REVIEW FOR 1985. 

Pursuant to Sec. 109 of the Revenue Act of 1939, as amended, the following is a list of the 
changes in the assessments of real property for the Year 1965, as authorized by the Lake 
County Board of Review for GRANT TOWNSHIP properties. 

These values are subject to adjustment by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue 
equalization factor, if any. 

This publication does not reflect changes- for Homestead Exemptions or Veterans* Exemp- 
tions. 

Note that land values and improvement values appear separately and should be added 

together to arrive at a total assessed value. 

ST. NO. D. NAME INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 

ARLINGTON LN '"LAKE «*" 

050922)027 3576 11440 )57* 10140 



27 



R KEELER 



tOH* AV ' 


FOI LAKE 


60020 






125 ■ DIJRLEY 


050 3 300084. 5771 


9794 


5771 


9214 


COTTAGE AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






8a C EKX 


0510100141 - 3576 


1)868 


3576 


12448 


CRESTVIEW OR 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






60a U EICHHORN 


0515204027 8910 


20)61 


5449 


20)41 


DEVLIN RD 


FOX LAKE 


6O020 






U5 INLAND REAL ESTATE CORP 


05I13OO0O2 22616 


49)847 


22616 


J96217 


EAGLE POINT AD 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






VILLAGE OF FOX LAKE 
150 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 
150 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF 
160 D KUJAWA 
60 J TSTINIC 


05O94OOI 65 7520 
0509)01015 10180 
0509)01016 10180 
0509)01022 7559 
05094OOO15 62)8 


)2)90 
1)564 
17709 
21)16 


10180 

10180 

' 7559 

62)8 


39)2 

16779 

16926 


FERN PL 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






R CAGANN 
243 J STEWART 


051O2O5003 * 10617- 
0510205010 2703 


245)6 
9)98 


10617 
270) 


21546 
7798 


FOREST AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 


* 




100 V WILSON 
28 N F MAGEL 


0504402009 15616 
0509204028 8037 


1990) 
11660 


15616 
80)7 


17505 
10030 


FORTRESS DR 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






1009 CITIZEN BANK 4 TRUST 


0506301121 1 1,884 


41046 


14886 


)47)6 


FOSSIL OR 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






712" J WAOSWORTH C KURTH 


051I3O7OO4 89BI 


11481 


898 1 


10861 


GRANO AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






101 E CLARK OIL 1 REFINING 
168 E J SILOVICH 
19 WE WHITE 
2 W J BIANCO 
236 E T DACANAY 


0510110001 51257 
05102 13001 878B 
0509221003 3576 
0509212020 70084 
05102 I200B 7102 


9449 
14468 

7518 
23978 
82032 


25000 
8788 
)576 

70084 
7112 


4506 
11628 

5151 

100 

46714 


HILL RD 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






30 ; L FELKER 


0510100173 2266 


1531 1 


2266 


9901 


HILLCREST AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






36 S C BURKE 


0510309021 2266 


9327 


2266 


9007 


HOLLY AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






21* J KULIDGE 
28 N J EKES 


0510100072 2703 
0510100070 2703 


9936 
B585 


2703 
2703 


8456 
7555 


HWY 12 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






SB RUDAWSKI 

N STATE OF ILLINOIS DEPT 

119 S W APPELQUIST 

121 S'D OMAN 

601 S A SCHARLOW 

75 S INDIANAPOLIS LIFE 

8 S ZION STATE BANK 


0509400198 15484 
. 0515304045 700 

0509413003 20229 

0509413004 - 89 U\ 
0515100002 3322 

0509400035 43515 
0509222020 53452 


60162 

21Q62 
19477 
12476 
83881 
20381 


20860 

7U3 
5486 
3322 

43515 

47284 


28460 

21062 

19477 
11126 
81209 
20)81 


LAKE AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






3* S R AUGHINBAUGH- : 


-0510408017^ - 2266 


6594- 


2266 


5004 


I LAKESIDE LN 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






28 J MANUEL 
5 N ENGSTROM 


0510100184 7122 
0510105019 8941 


7569 
10221 


7122 
8941 


5589 

9901 


LILAC AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






26 J 6IDDLE 


0510306004 2266 


6949 


2266 


5629 


LINDY LN 


FOX LAKE 


60041 






207 R RCNALLY 


0510605071 270) 


2801 1 


270) 


2)041 


LIPPINCOTT RD 


FOX. LAKE 


60020 






69 flVALEHZIANO 


0510200021 2977 


22708 


2977, 


.21)68 


MAPLE AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






22 S L FOXX 


0510601010 2266 


13015 


2266 


9522 


MARVIN ST 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






39 W BURNS. 


0509203011 . 1788 


16398 


1788 


14))) 


MEDINAH ST 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






35 D KOLNCR 


051O100144 B95I 


14194 


8951 


12274 


MINEOLA RD 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






77 W REED 


0503300107 132 


16175 


1)2 


15995 


MONTERREY TER 


FOX LAKE 


6OO5O 






■ N JAEGER 


0504301176 4928 


18420 


4928 


16270 


HIPPERSINK BLVO 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






->B BUILDERS 
69 C ZUREK 


O5O4400016 89083 
0504400013 31161 


)1384 


18828 
)1l6l 


18839 


HIPPERSINK RD 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






' J STONE R „ 


0509202019_ .*>756 


13)91 


3983 


13)91 


OAK ST 


• FOX LAKE 


60020 






69 C ZUREK 


0504403019 18908 




)B1B 




POPLAR AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






N F WICINSK1 


051021 1018 1839 


19)0 


18)9 


30 


R1DGELAND AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






W MITCHELL 


0510)02009 2266 


1)279 


2266 


120)9 



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ST. NO D. NAME 


INDEX NUMBER LAND 


IMP 


ST. NO. D. NAME 


INDEX NUMBER LAND • 


IMP I 




22 ■ L SINK 
22 L SINK 
22 W SINK 


0510301616 3332 
,0510301019 17943 
0510301017 87610 




2381 
12842 
62616 




■*■ ■ ■■ ■■ 

35830 NT LUKICH 
35872 N ft KRUK 


0514205010 1991 

0514202024 4Q74 


6340 
16723 


1991 
4074 


6210 1 
15613 I 




RIVERSIDE ISLAND DR 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






HWY 134 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIOE 


60041 




I 




173 I 01 BORD 


O5O44O1007 7640 


15890 


7640 


10360 


25548 W COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0524100032 2220 
25833 W F BRUHN 0524100026 10058 


14935 


10058 


14535 1 




SPRING RD . 


FOX LAKE 


60020 


■ 




25876 W W DAUSHAN 


0524100021 4460 


19548 


4466 


18298 ■ 




L HENK£LS' 


0515201013 2660 








INDEPENDENCE At, 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 




LV ■ 




WASHINGTON ST 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






26646 W COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 05I13O1OO5 80 






1 




307 B HOEHNE 


- 0511306019 2245 


17140 


2245 


15550 


INDIAN LN 


UNINCOAPORATEO INGLESIDE 


60041 




1 




W1LDWO00 OR 


FOX LAKE 


60041 






35438 N B MORGAN 


0514401021 3160 


9713 


3160 


2723 I 




COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0515202081 2660 








INGLESIDE AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041. 


, 


1 




WOO0L0CK ST 


FOX LAKE 


-60020 


• 




26218 W R GORDON 


0514401011 . 2266 


8362 


2266 


6772 1 




300 J ROWE 


05 1 0405086 v 2266 


31811 


2266 


27851 


INGLESIDE DR 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIOE 


60041 




. I 




YORK ST 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






35266 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0514312010 100 






I 














JAMES AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIOE 


60041 




■ 




19 N C HAINAN 


0510103013 3658 


2482) 


3658 


1588 1 


34855 N 1ST NATIONAL SANK OF 


0524214001 1951 


15464 


1951 


7934 I 




MARINE OR 


- UNINCORPORATED FOX LAKE 


60020 






LAKE DR 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








35699 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0515104090 500 
















1 




35722 N G BRAUTICAN 
35760 N W BERN INS 


051510V031 3576 
0515104025 3576 


13249 
11369 


3576 
3576 


12329 
9779 


35661 N J KEEVAN 


0513206006 2266 


12405 


2266 


10975 1 




358 7* N D CUNNINGHAM 


0515104014 3576 


17109 


3576 


15739 


LAKE ST 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE '~ 


60041 




I 




ANOERSOH ST 


UNINCORPORATED INCLEStDE 


60041 






36776 N FIRST AMERICAN BANK 


0511204037 2266 


11318 


2266 


8456 { 




25277 V C HCGILL 


O5242140O5 ,1991 


13665 


1991 


12845 


36854 N S GREEN 


0511204029 2266 


13249 * 


2266 


12789 J 




ANDREW CT 


UNINCORPORATED INGLES IDE 


60041 






LAKE MATTHEWS TRL 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 




1 




258H W C CRISKO 


051210802 1 3576 


10058 


3576 


8628 


35166 N A WALLS 


0516310005 4074 


I6825..-' 


4074 


15505 J 




BAYVIEW DR 


UNINCORPORATED INGLES IDE 


60041 






LAKE SHORE RD 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








27881 V W NORLANOER 


0515311036 2865 


16368 


2865 


J 4348 


35286 N W STOFFEL 


0516302005 6645 


19578 


6645 


17106 




BENJAMIN AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


.60041 






LARK IN LN 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 - 








35722 N M SARGENT 


0513108014 1639 


12639 


1839 


10429 


25924 W 1ST NATIONAL BANK OF 


0513300028 4765 




1000 






SIC HOLLOW RO 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






LONG AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








28 US V J HORAN 


0521200010 6005 


23754 


6005 


22154 


34791 N C BESSERUD 


0524220005 1639 


' 7396 


1639 


6356 




28420 W V DESECKI 


0521200007 4460 


20503 


4460 


10395 


34816 N B MINER 


0524219012 1639 




397 






28562 W P DESINIOTES 


052 II 150 15 3576 


20208 


3576 


12318 


34822 N B MINER 
34834 N B MINER 


0524219011 1639 
0524219010 1639 




397 
397 






BLACKNAWK AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






34842 N B MINER 


0524219009 1839 




397 






26 19* W GRANT TOWNSHIP 


O5142220O6 4460 








LONGWOOO DR 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








26202 V GRANT TOWNSHIP 


0514222005 4460 




















26236 W COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0514222001 4390 








26834 W D LESUEUR 


0514301015 4460 


12893 


4460 


6453 




26301 W COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0514213016 750 






• 














26307 W COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0514213015 , 750 








LUANA LN 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








26319 W COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0514213014 940 








27592 W S FERRIGAN 


05153O4O44 3139 


13807 


3139 


12207 




BOESCH PL 


UNINCORPORATED INGLES IDE. 


60041 






27632 W G SLATER 


■ 0515304041 2703 


16673 


2703 


15933 M 




26272 W E THOMPSON 


05U219012 4460 


23388 


4460 


22326 


HALHQUIST DR 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIOE 


60041 








CAINE RD 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






34317 N D CAPEZIO 
34405 N R CHRISTOFF 


0521401008 20919 
0521401007 13381 




11667 
11667 


>BJ 




25066 W J MEUDT 


05124O10O5 25603 


53452 


25603 


47619 


MARION AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIOE 


6004) 








CENTRAL RO 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






25636 W N BIARNESEN 


0513305003 2266 


11481 


2266 


9391 1 




26326 W J FUNK 


05112O3015 15616 


16723 


15616 


7823 














26396. W R ME MR IKS EN 


05I12030D9 1 3675 


25451 


13675 


22561 


MARQUETTE DR 


UNINCORPORATEO INGLESIOE 


60041 








EOGEWATER LN 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






; 25797 W G SCKOPPER 


O512303O26 5446 


30571 


5446 


27531 | 




35216 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0515310002 2230 








; MATTALINA CT 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIOE 


60041 








35276 N L ROSENDAHL 


0515311014 3139 


25370 


3139 


24563 


26166 W E KLUG J KLUG 


0511202005 6756 


17902 


C 6756 


17482 I 




EDWARD AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






MOLIDOR RD 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 




j 




2658 1 W H GAY LOR 


0523105004 2266 


10312 


2266 


8992 


27252 W GLENVIEW STATE BANK 


4 05274000010010 5446 


J&53 


5446 


. 32933 




ELM ST 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






NORTH CT 


UNINCORPORATEO INGLESIDE 


■ 60041 








34822 N JURGAITI5 


0523112015 4074 


13655 


4074 


11675 


27685 W C COOK 


05 1 531 tow 3 2703 


- 13015 


2703 


11345 1 




EVERETT AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






OAK CIR 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


6004) 




m 




35^59 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0513300011 50 




- 




" 












35563 N R VONDERLINDEN 


0513123004 2266 


8291 


2266 


6)61 


26070 W D KLEIN R KLEIN 


0511215013 1839 


14133 


1639 


12283 j 




FRANKLIN AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






OAK LN 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








35634 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0513112020 223O 








25937 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0513302003 fJO 










GRAHAM CT 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






OAKLAND DR 


UNINCORPORATEO INGLESIDE 


60041 








25939 V A HUHN 


0524113011 . . 2703 


17089 


2703 


12869 


: 25620 W J MODICA 


0524103021 4928 


167,64 


4928 


15464 ] 




GRAND AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






OAKWOOO AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








W TARCZYNSKI 


0511400074 3272 


14346 


3272 


12916 


J t 

26717 W G ANNARELLA 


0514327001 3139 


16916 '- 


3139 


12766 I 




HART 1 CAN RD 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






ODEN AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 




I 




27978 W J POPP 


0522300006 9804 


22128 


9804 


17318 


■ 








1 












• 


34684 N H JOHNSON 


05242160 15 I839 


1*173 


1639 


9143 1 




' HELENOALE RD 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 


















• 










RANDICH RD 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








35508 N COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 0514215048 80 












'■-' 








35510 N COUNTY OF LAKE 


.TRUSTEE 0514215047 80 


- 






26089 W B SEMAR 


0502402001 8951 


22311 


8951 


14941 J 




35564 N COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 0514215020 80 




















35568 N COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 0514215018 80 








RAVINE LN 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 








35871 N M FINOLEY 


0514202011 1991 


17191 


1991 


15001 


35093 N S PAULL 


0515313005' 3576 


14204 


3576 


11160 1 




HICKORY AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIOE 


60041 


% 


* 


ROBIN RD 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 




tfl 




N P OLSEN 


'0524200010 696O 


10770 . 


6960 


B060 


34781 N J" STAMPHILL.' 


O523H5OO9 " 1 2703" 


* I3472 


.7703 
2703 


. 11882 I 




HICKORY ALLEY 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






34878 N.J VITTAL • ' 


,0523114013 '. ... 2703 


,',11928 


10338. 1 


;« 


26525 W L GREFFIN 


05H30IO39 1311 


5060 


1311 


4830 


ROCK ISLAND ST 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 


n, . 
rw.* " 
it*. 






HUDSON AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 






34876 N M FINDLEY 


, 05242070)9 2428 


17577 


.2.428 


10147: 1 


.■ 


26281 W COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE O5I4209O27 I960 




- 




ROLLINS RD 


UNINCORPORATEO INGLESIDE 


60041 


1. ■ 




■ . 


26339 W COUNTY OF LAKE 
26341 W COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 0514209004 80 
, TRUSTEE 0514209005 80 








26049 W V AZZANO 

26280 W C HARRINGTON M KONS 


0514218004 4460 
0514209039 2703 


13H7 
14752 


4460 
2703 


11527 | 

12902 1 




HUNT AV 


UNINCORPORATED INGLESIDE 


60041 












' ' , " 




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ST. NO. D NAME 


1 


NDEX NUMBER 


LAND 


:IMf 


ROSEWOOD AV 


UNINCORPORATED 


1NGLESJDE 


60041 






34991 N J BARTUSCH 


05231030O2 


2230 








SHERIDAN OR 


' UNINCORPORATED 


INGLESIDE 


60041 


*■ ' 




35225 N J BASAK 
35381 N J KORY 
35570 N S ROSE 


0515314001 
0515307008 '■ 
O5I5IO4076 


2703 
3576 
6645 


22677 
14061 
15687 


2703 
3576 
6645 


22397 
13271 

9807 


SHORELINE OR 


UNJ NCORPORATED 


INGLE5IDE 


60041 






35402 N ft ZELEZN1K 


0514310002 


3, *9 . 


9276 


313? 


7996 


STANLEY RO 


; UNINCORPORATED 


INGLESIDE 


60041 


r 




3*470 N R flAMNINA 


O5223OOOOI 


16429 


10993 


16429 


10273 


STANTON POINT RO 


UNINCORPORATED 


INGLES IDE 


60041 






36686 N R STEVENS 


O5II2OOO30" 


I99I 


16043 


1991 


15293 


TREE TOP RD 


UN 1 NCORPORATED 


INGLESIDE 


60041 






28521 W C CODINGTON 


0516305023. 


2266 


11328 


2266 


9708 


WARD LN 


UNINCORPORATED 


INGLES IDE 

■ - 


60041 






35710 N GRANT TOWNSHIP 


O5132OOOII 


102 








WESLEY RD 


UNINCORPORATED 


INGLESIDE 


60041 






36330 N J CROSVENOR 05 11 400020 
36371 N L LENZEN '0511*00030 
36384 N ADVANCE MORTGAGE 051UOOO16 


1991 
1991 
1991 


14945 v 1991 
9103 * 1991 
7041 1991 


U685 
7273 
686) 


WILSON RD 


UNINCORPORATED 


INGLESIDE 


60041 






35306 N P GIERNOTH 0514404026 
3551*1 H C TESKA 05H2 18020 
35550 N MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES 051421BO13 
35759 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0513104006 
35775 N COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0513104004 


2703 
5547 
5364 
2230 
2230 


16378 
10048 
15016 


2703 
5547 
5364 


12558 

9858 

14756 


WOQSTER LN 


UNINCORPORATED 


INGLESIDE 


60041 






26935 W R KRAUSE 


0523302002 


3576 


12314 


3576 


7904 


WOOSTER LAKE AV 


UNINCORPORATED 


INGLESIDE 


60041 ■ 






26055 W A SALO 
26096 W C KENGOTT' 


0523200030 
0523200020 


19883 
16337 


31120 
46025 


19683 
16337 


28950 
30868 


NOKONIS TRL 


UN 1 NCORPORATED 


MCHENRY 


60050 






31*674 N A GRZEGQRCZYK 


0521117025 


2266 


14356 


2266 


12756 


DEWEY ST 


UNINCORPORATED 


SPRING GROVE 


60031 




k 


37954 N COUNTY. OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0504103012 
37987 N R NELSON A SCHWAGER 0504104001 


940 
2266 


772 


2266 




HAROLD PL 


UNINCORPORATED 


SPRING GROVE 


6008I 






37854 N COUNTY OF LAKE. 
37866 N R WILKOSZ 


TRUSTEE 0504111017 
0504111016 


1810 
1810 








37860 N R WILKOSZ 


0504111014 


2660 








HWY 12 


UNINCORPORATED 


SPRING GROVE 


60081 




• 


37520 N N OIFATTA 


05041O0018 


13289 


3302 


13289 


2595 


LEE AV 


UNINCORPORATED 


SPRING GROVE 


6008I 






37973 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 
37979 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 
37965 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0504103004 
TRUSTEE 0504103003 
TRUSTEE 0504 103002 


870 
870 
870 






- 



NORA PL UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

37400 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE .0504100001 .4390 
WATTS AVE EAST UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

37806 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0504112023 1810 
WESTLANE AV UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

28977 W COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0504110012 1810 

* . — 

Tago 1 19B5 

PRINTERS LIST 
Certificate of Error 



60081 



6008 1 



60081 



Township GRANT 



3a'nr'f1 Huhn ' ,--'•• - 
Helen. E KaeUr 
Marie S Kuees 
Milan N May 
Uillie* LPtlii 
Gertrude Peeler 
Erneet G Scheu 
Alexander Schreder 
Eugenia Schueikert 
Guinevere C Tuitr 
Robert B Uaddall 
HOMESTEAD LIMITED 



Eugenie Schueikert 
Edward Pine 
Kelvin R Redee 
Rueaell 3 Kreuse 
Robert Kein 
Frank Leeberty Sr 
Eduerd Gerner 
Bradley Mc Clellan 
Robert T Jeac 
Robert Ennia 
Glen U Hahnlein 
John Scillufo 
Genevieve Kusior 
Heraen f SchaeFer 
Barry E fletz 
Richard Andereon 
Eugene U Osikouicz 



0513119005 

0509223027 

0524202006 

0515201025 

0515314032 

0523115007 

0510105001 

0510100005 

0515100001 

0513109021. 

0509408041 

EXEMPTION 



Robert E Von Derlinden-0513123004 



0515100001 

05Q940008B 

0513110025 

0523302002 

051 0203025 

0515105015 

0521300004 

0512110010 

0514221007 

0515314033 

0504301073 

0516204010 

052420701 B 

0510207010 

0526104012 

0516402020 

0510210010 



26840 
13760 ■ 
1B350 
10630 
17920 
13120 
47140 
14200 
15220 
10890 
16520 
9470 
6640 
, 14670 
39320 
12B20 
17030 
10120 



TOTAL 



^ft 



Tage 2 



1985 

PRINTERS LIST 
Certlficete of Error 



..IZED 
23540 
10260 
14850 

7130 
14420 

9620 
43640 
10700 
11720 

7390 
15020 

5970 

3140 
11170 
35B20 

9320 
13530 

6620 



Township GRANT 



VALUE 





PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 


FROM 


AS5ESSED VALUE TO 






LOTS or 




LOTS or 








LAND 


IMPROVEMENT 


LAND 


IMPROVEMEN 


Vet Ad LN LH 439 529 


0513209004 


12930 




9430 




Phyllis F1 Olaen 


OS242Q0010 


15160 




11660 




John C Judge 


0524229029 


10230 




6730 




Marion Urbenaki 


0509300036 


73650 




70150 




Joel Stoner 


0509202019 


| 16780 


• 


13290 




Brad P Mundechenk 


0516302011 


13670 




10170 




Robert L Tlpler 


0524221 OOB 


13200 




9700 




4 B Builders 


0504400016 


43470 




18B2B 




Charles Zurek 


0504403019 


16610 




381B 




Uadauorth A Kurth 


0511307004 


SS40 


13260 


BB40 


11300 



Feb. 27, 1986 
286D-228-FL 



CORRECTIONS IN AVON TOWNSHIP 

ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD 

OF REVIEW FOR 1985. 

Pursuant to Sec. 109 of the Revenue Act of 1939, as amended, the following is a list of the 
changes in the assessments of real property for the Year 1985, as authorized by the Lake 
County Board of Review for AVON TOWNSHIP properties. 

These values are subject to adjustment by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue 
equalization factor, if any. 

This publication does not reflect changes for Homestead Exemptions or Veterans' Exemp- 
tions. 

Note that land values and improvement values appear separately and should be added 
together to arrive at a total assessed value. 



PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 



'Jaaaa D'Rourke 
George R Hedrick . 
Roneld C Minne 
Cosao Bk of Cgo 27171 
R Hardin 
Michael Paly 
Edna G White 
.data Dlfette 
'Reyaond Mandie 
St er 11 Trenepor 
Joseph Chudik 
Clan Arae Property A. 
R 3 Annerelle 
Oawld Pool* 
Val Wilson . . 
Ralph' Traund 
Anna Voznlak 
Kal Haneen 
John flayer 
3ehn E Looia 
Tveetf Rec Club 
Thoaee Neil 
Janet Bliler 
John Uineeoa 
Henry U Krug 
Alexandra Manage 
Dayton Oaland 
Arthur U nelson 
Ooneld L Kujeue . 
Neuaenn ft Glenn 
Albert Miller 

Jaaaa M Caapball 

Cdaund A Dercy 
George V Cltgroth 
Florence t Fieeher 
Eduerd P Geclee 



0512100035 
0611303010 
0509216001 
0504301175 
0503300030 
0521200001 
D509221003 
05041 0OO1 a 
0514211009 
0615304045 
0521113002 
0515304034 
051 4300032 
0SO33O1O02 
0504409009 
0509400204 
0511203004 
0527100001 " 
050440302ft 
0S033OS027 j 
0510201003 
0510309006. 
0515300005 
0523300004 
526200002 
0510111014 
0503300003 
05093OOOO1 
0509301022 
0S134O1O06 
0511301006 
Ml 



FROM 
LOTS ar 
LAND 



mm 



0523305D10 
0513405004 
0513109017 
0510104025 
0523112005 



5360 
2230 
37510 
11930 
5790 
31630 
3520 
20260 
1960 
_ 700 
3520 
700 
1370 
6540 
13370 
•14900 
17520 
26900 
3210 
9410 
240 
2230 
13420 
5350 
26900 
3520 
8730 
10020 
10020. 
31350 
230 

_J2Spo_ 



ASS ESS ED VALUE TO 
LOTS or 1 



ST. NO. D. NAME 

ALLEGHANY RD 



INDEX NUMBER LAND 



GRAYSLAKE 



105 
173 



G SIZE LOVE 
P MCDONOUGH 



J. BELVIDERE RO 

i 

'' 290 L DELAHANTY 
BONNIE BRAE AV 



285 
318 



W GALLAGHER 
D STONEBERG 



IMPROVEMENT 



11610 
19040 
15070 
27510 
10300 
21200 
7400 
3770 
10200 



17690 
19590 

33130 
12030 
16940 
17590 

15690 

10940 

21930 

7490 

11210 

16500 
36270 



LAND 



IMPROVEMEN 



REDUCTION) 



5360 
2230 
37560 
11930 
5790 
21630 
3S20 
130BD 
1960 

2550 
100 
390 
6540 
15370 
■500 
17520 
14390 
3210 
941 D 
1 
2230 
11260 
535D 
5570 
3520 
B730 
7440 
7440 
31350 
50 



9240 
9520 
9910 

21990 
5200 

21200 
5070 
3250 
5050 



12470 
17230 


12030 
11570 
12320 

14260 


21930 

5130 
6330 

16500 
3270O 



BURTON ST 

161 M BEST 

GARFIELD BLVD 

430 P LUI 

HARVEY ST 

520 D KANE 

HAWLEY ST 

102 . C IEHNIHC 

HEATHER AV 



223 

266 



D OBENCHAIN 
F MAI IE 



HIGHLAND RD 

265 A LIAD5ETTER 
320 5 DAVIS 

HILLSIDE AV* 

102 P ANDERSON 

LAKE ST 



0627^11001 
063*213011 



06342O50D8 



0626111015 
0626108013 



0627410012 



0635303009 



0627301003 



O626307OO2 



0626)0*004 
O6261O10I2 



0626107011 
0626105011 



0627202021 



•fYi 



U23 
4032 



N HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE 0626302010 

325 * * HARY 0635112003 



LINCOLN AV 

T STAACR 
NORMANDY LN 



31* 
326 

PARK AV 



C RY9ARCZYK 
R KREPLIN 



O635II4OO6 



0626 11 1054 
062611 1056 



GRAYSLAKE 

2672 

GRAYSLAKE 

2672 
2672 

GRAYSLAKE 

2672 

GRAYSLAKE 

2672 

GRAYSLAKE 

3552 
GRAYSLAKE 

2672 
GRAYSLAKE 

2672 
2672 

GRAYSLAKE . 

2672 
33«2 

GRAYSLAKE 

2672 

GRAYSLAKE 

2491 
4012 

GRAYSLAKE 

2672 

GRAYSLAKE 

2672 
2672 

GRAYSLAKE 



60030 

30909 
27006 

60030 

17551 

60030 

15339 

20362 

60030 

13628 

60030 

23824 

60030 ' 

31369 

60030 

23004 

60030 

20973 
14599 

60030 

22954 

19922 

60030 

H731 

60030 

26926 
60030 

19822 
60030 . 

21993 
17100 

60030 



4423' 

4032 



IMP 



23529 

24806 



2672 15981 



2672 
2672 



14839 
18722 



2672 13528 



2672 21604 



3552 29349 



2672 21374 



2672 
2672 



2672 
3342 



14403 
13449 



15624 
19602 



2672 16091 



249 
4012 



21176 



2672 12172 



2672 
2672 



13713 
16650 



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ST NO. D. NAME 



INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 



302 
312 


S DRAIANT 
V HESSER 


park pl 


* 


152 


A RICH ' 


QUAIL cam OR 


5*0 


BOVEST CORP 


SCHOOL ST . 


(5 


6 LAURIN 


WARREN 


LN 


355 


K KIMNKE 


WASHINGTON »LVD 


302 


W MEYER 


•EECHWOOO OR 


505 


P DENAULT* 


•EUNICE 


CT NORTH 




COUNTY OF LAKE 


•EUNICE 


CT SOUTH 



COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 



SI HI NY BAY 



COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 

CEOAR CREST CT 

THE VILLAGE OF ROUND 
VILLAGE- OF ROUND LAKE 
VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 

CEDAR LAKE RD 

CHURCH EXTENSION BOARD 

GARDEN CT 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 
HILLANDALE DR 



0*2431600* 

042(31(007 



0*35102001 
0*2*20501* 
0*27*0*010 
0*3*20*010 

0*3$ moos 
0*20*2201* 

0*20410003 



0*20404059 
0*2040*060 



062920100V 
0629201007 



0620417018 
0*20417006 

0620423015 



O62O3O0O12 



0629103016 



207 


B KELLOGG 


0629211001 


430 


J JARVfS 


0629205010 


LAKEWOOD TER 






R ANDERSON 


0620417030 


511 


K AHAHN 


0620418015 


LAWN TER 




345 


V SHOLINSKI 

ft 


0629210006 


LINCOLN 


AV 




20 N 


G DAVIS 

• 


0629301017 


RIOGEWOOO OR 






COUNTY OF LAKE 


0620412008 




COUNTY OF LAKE 


0620412009 




COUNTY OF LAKE 


O62O413O08 


ROIERTA 


CT 






C COOY 


06204230)0 


BARBERRY LN 




1508 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0618413028 


1510 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0618413027 


15U 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


061B413026 


1514 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


061841)025 


1515 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0616414006 


151* 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


06)8413024 


1517 


COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 


O6184140OS 


1518 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


06IB413023 


1519 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0616414004 


1529 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0616403017 


1531 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0618403016 


1604 


COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 


0618411012 


1621 


COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 


0618403005 


BEVERLY 


DR 




1508 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0618414027 


1510 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0618414026 


15U 


COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 


0618414025 


BONNIE 


brook in, 




101* 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


0619226046 


1018 


VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 


06)9226045 


BRENTWOOD OR 




1022 


VARO (LOAN DIVISION) 


0619220032 


1310 


L SHOWALTER 


0618427033 


1910 


L SZALAY 


06lB4l702<; 


1514 


J KORSEK 


0618417023 


1520 


C OLSON 


0616417020 


1603 


J PETERS 


0618407013 


1625 


NATIONAL MORTGAGE 


0618407004 



1771 
1771 

CRAYSLAKE 

2*72 
CRAYSLAKE 

14*1 
CRAYSLAKE 

. 2*72 
CRAYSLAKE 

2*72 
CRAYSLAKE 

4012 
ROUND LAKE 

1791 
ROUND LAKE 
6*0 

ROUND LAKE 

6*0 
6*0 

ROUND LAKE 

170 
170 

ROUND LAKE 

170 
170 
660 

ROUND LAKE 

too 

ROUND LAKE 

660 
ROUND LAKE 

1791 
1791 

ROUND LAKE 

1790 
1791 

ROUND LAKE 

2672 

ROUND LAKE 

2672 

ROUND LAKE 

310 
310 

310 

ROUND LAKE 

6*0 



11121 
13)8* 

60030 

25535 

(0030 

13*51 

*0030 

20082 
60030 

22*04 

60©3« 
24775 "* 
(0073 
125*7 
60073 

60073 
(0073 
60073 



,1771 
1771 



2*72 



14*1 



1*311 

I3i*« 



23755 

13046 



, 2672 11712 



2672 



4012 



1791 



21034 
22785 

10717 



60073 



60073 



60073 

23284 
2051 

60073 



12758 

60073 

17120 

60073 

13478 

60073 



60073 



ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 

890 

B90 

890 

890 

890 

890 

890 
1340 

890 

190 

190 

190 

190 

ROUND LAKE BEA 6OO73 

690 

890 
890 

ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 

1790 
1790 

ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 



1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 



12367 

15099 
12968 

13738 

16261 

1761 

15319 



BRIAR LN 

1211 VARO/IH 447 402 

BUENA VISTA CT 



ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 

0620205009 1791 16920 

ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 



610 
618 

905 



R PORTER 
J SALAS 
J KORPAN 



CEOAR LAKE RD 




1333 



"FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 



0619223022 
0619223018 
0619227002 



0617422027 
0617422026 



1791 I636O 
1791 13788 
1791 15930 

ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 



1790 
3550 



14 



1791 
1791 



18334 

1 



1791 H738 



2672 15770 



2672 10868 



20 



1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 



12177 
12879 
12176 
12268 
16621 
1 
14939 



1791 15570 



1791 
1791 
179) 



13390 
12318 
15680 



ST. NO; D: NAME ; 

-1512 W CUNOIFF ' 
916 J STEINBAUIR 

CENTRAL PARK BR 

ROUND LAKE AREA PARK 

820 K NEFF 
910 J RAOLEY 

CHANNEL OR NORTH 

126 R HAINES 

1324 6 CHAMBERS 

1330 R SHAK ^ 

1410 E MORALES 

1431 R WLN 
1515 C MOOT 

CHANNEL OR SOUTH 

219 c Jonas 

CHEROKEE DR ' 

1412 C RODRIGUEZ 

1432 COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 
1507 VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 
16 15 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 

CHESTNUT OR 

1425 R Simmons 

CLARENDON DR 



INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 



1027 
105 

106 
406 
n5»5 
OAISY LN 

602 



C HAIWORM 

J URSINV A PILIOR 

C KOHL 

C HANDLEY 

T XARASZEWSKI 



0(17*12019 
0*2022702* 



0*20100010 
0*19211017 
0*19216016 



0*20211021 
0*17331020 
0*17331017 
0*17318035 
0*17*11006 
0*17*01011 



0*2021*006 



0*16425023 

0*184150)0 
06)641*00* 
0*18405009 



0*1731900* 



0620220002 
06)6324003 
O614313003 
0*16401002 
0*1*407003 



1791 
1791 



157*9 
11197 



ROUND LAKE CIA *00?3. 

100 
1791 16401 

1791 13296 

ROUND LAKE It* 60073 

1791 13558 
iv .1791 13921, 
1791 1241 

1791 15*75 
1791 13266 

1791 15109 
ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 

1791 157*9 
ROUND LAKE BEA (0073 



1791 
890 
690 
690 



14)09 



ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 

1791 15289 

ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 



1791 
1791 
5363 
1791 
1791 



1*090 

12217 
11617 
17601 
13728 



L LACHY 

DEERPATH CT 

1608 J GRIFFIN 

EAST END AV 

1420 R RILL 

ELM AV 

ISO) W LOPEZ 

1516 LOHAS AND NETTLETON CO. 

FAIRFIELD RD 

1124 P TOBIN 

1127 M WISHER R LORD 

GLEHVIEW CT 

1326 N P HERAINCSON 

GLENUOOD DR 

205 L ADAMS 

GOLFVIEW DR 

1110 VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 
1112 VILLAGE OF ROUND LAKE 

HAWTHORNE OR 



061641*020 



ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 
2*72 19131 



ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 

0617301030 1791 1*519 

ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 



0616317041 



0616316011 
0616315017 



0619215021 

0619203022 



ROUND 



1961 11487 
LAKE IEA 60073 



1791 
1791 



18711 
16450 



ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 



1791 
1791 



1641 

15980 



ROUND 
0617433004 

ROUND 
062022801*' -' 



301 



1)5 
137 
215 
22) 

2)2 

517 



W J KURTZ 
E R ZALESKY 
E P QUINN 
W W STASTNY 
E RAYMOND 
ft TANNER 



HICKORY AV 

1506 A CLARK 
1512 W MATTHEI 
1606 F HO* V ATM 

HICKORY ST 

f 

J KILDEW 
L WHEELER 
1207 L EDftONDS 

HIGHLAND TER 

629 T THOMPSON 

JUNEWAY TER 

1414 CITICORP HOMEOWNERS 
1519 M JOHNSON 

KENMORE AV 

1321 W PRICE 

LAKE SHORE DR 

1217 T SCHROEOER 

1236 L HOOSE 

1422 H ELIZONDO 

901 J PRIHACK 



0618411009 
0616411008 



0617*27001 
0*16310008 

0*1*31001* 

0*17*2*004 
0*1*30*019 
0*2010501 1 



0*1*308026 
O6K306023 

06)6301032 



0*21202022 
0621201015 
O6212OIOO9 



061 7)26002 



0617)17034 
0617307026 



0616420010 



0620206009 
0620205011 
0617419018 
0620208054 



LAKE BEA 60073 
1791 12127 

LAKE BEA 60073 
1791 8175 

LAKE IEA 60073 

190 
190 

ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 



ROUND 



1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
891 
1791 



154)9 

16941 

10(46 

9005 

1241 

U618 



ROUND LAKE IEA (0073 

1791 K730 
1791 13)28 
1791 K520 

ROUND LAKE IEA (007) 



1121 
1121 
1121 



14909 
20)1 
2041 



ROUND LAKE BEA 60073 

2(72 17190 

ROUND LAKE BEA *007) 



2672 
1791 



10266 
1)8*8 



ROUND LAKE IEA *0073 

1791 18401 

ROUND LAKE IEA *0073 



1791 
1791 
1791 
53«») 



90)5 
1*580 
14098 
67118 



LAKEWOOD PKWV 

1521 COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 061741000* 

LILAC CT 



ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 

1790 , 
ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 



524 
525 



F FELTNEN 
L HOYT 



0*1*422010 
0*1*42400) 



1791 
1791 



12267 
15900 



100 



LOTUS C 

1005 
1115 
1204 

1329 
1422 
1509 
1512 
1516 



ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 



COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0*1922900) 



LEWIS 

SCH1AZZA 

MCGRATH 

WOLFE 

HOEFLE 

B STOCKAft 

DAY 



0619222002 
061921201) 
0617)24009 
06 1 84200)3 
0617)11009 
061842002) 
06)6420021 



1790 
1791 
1791 
1791 
3552 
1791 
1791 
1791 



17200 
13408 

1641 
22473 

1641 

179H 
13028 



1791 
1791 



1791 
1791 



1791 

1791, 

1791 

1791 

1791 

1791 



1791 



1791 

1791 

53(3. 

1791 

1791 



196I 



1791 
1791 



1791 
1791 



>79l 



1791 
1791 
1791 
1791 
691 
1791 



1791 
1791 
1791 



1121 

1121 

560 



2(72 
1791 



1791 
1791 
1791 
53*3 



"159*5 
109*7 



1(7(1 
120*6 



1220* 

I35H 

■". 1 
12319 
.7*68 
13(39 



1791 132(9 



1791 12839 



1791 
1791 
1791 
3552 
1791 
1791 
1791 



D649 



98(0 
11087 

9287 
11071 

6958 



2672 15(11 



1791 12679 



9*37 



17361 
14810 



1 
14740 



1791 11107 



7725 



15009 

12671 

6776 

6625 

1 
12146 



1*970 
13098 

15660 



127*9 

1 

2061 



2672 15550 



9(5* 
12226 



1791 I7K1 



6*97 
153*0 
12458 
280** 



1791 • H*17 
1791 162*0 



15560 
11938 

1 
1711* 

I 
16671 
12178 



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MAPLE OR 


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150> 


T ENRI6HT 
A IEISE 


MAYFtELD OR. 


815 . 


J STICKLE 


MELROSE 


AV 


1(23 

1(29 


W CUNNINGHAM 

K OLSEN 

- ■ \>- . 


MORTH AV 



INDEX NUMBER LAND 

ROUND LAKE 'IE A (0073. 



1327 -C-SCHWEItt. 
1(05 A 806EAUS 
1(07 A..IOCEAUS 

-OAK AV 

1(24 P BILBO 
OAXWOOD OR 



426 
(21 

713 
728. 



C ILAS1 
T FLEECE 



0(17315004 
0(17311025 



0(19228007 



0(1(303005 
0(1(303002 



0(1(421007 
041(40(005 
0(1(40(004 



0(1(303027 



0(17330028 
0(17334008 



3552 

1791 



11147 
13491 



3552 

1791 



IMP 



100J7 
13098 



ROUND LAKE IE A (0073 

1791 18291 

ROUND LAKE DEA (0073 



1791 K191 



1791 
1791 



1411 
8975 



RQUNO LAKE DEA (0073 

, 1791 1(41 

1790 
- 1790 

ROUND LAKE IE A (0073 

1791 13058 
ROUND LARE IE At (0073 



COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0(17333009 
V LICENZA 0(17324017 



1791 
1791 
1790 
2(72 



101.86 
12497 



ORCHARD CT 

515 COUNTY OF LARE, TRUSTEE 061733500( 

PARR DR l_ 

132( N FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF 0(1742201(' 

1402 N FAITH IAPT I ST- CHURCH 0(17422015 

1518 CHURCH OF 600 0(1 7(03043 

1(12 U-HOYNE 0817.403030 - 



18311 
ROUND LAKE IEA (0073 

1790 
ROUND- LAKE IEA (0073 



1790 
3550 

1790 
1791 



17370 
17(1 



PHEASANT CT 


528 

(09 


R MULDER 
COUNTY OF LAR 


PINE CROVE AV 


1505 

1524 


H VILLENS 

A RUSCHEINSXI 


REDWING DR 


426 


J 5ALTZ 


R IDS EVA Y AV 


1432 


T HANSCOM 


RONALD 


TER 


812 
915 


J PRUCHER 
R NICHOLAS 


ROUND 


LAKE DR 


1124 
1511 
1519 
1525 


W RADCLIFFE 
L LENEA 
R HEDLUND 
F VIDAR 


SKDREUOOD RD 


602 
604 


A DOM IN CUE 2 
A DDAIIKUEZ 



ROUND LARE IEA 60073 



0617304029 



0616317012 
0616316025 



0616405017 



0616412005 



06l9208007 
0619210O11 



1791 
1790 



15960 



ROUND LARE IEA 60073 



1961 
1791 



9556 
13018 



ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 
179l" 17661 

ROUND LARE IEA 60073 
1791 9526 

ROUND LARE IEA 60073 



1791 
1791 



15739 

19151 



ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 



062O2O8O22. 
061630B009 

o(i(308oo( 
0(1(308003 



1791 
2672 
1791 
1791 



1631 

9326 

18761 

1641 



SUHNYS I DE LN 

1220 VI LLAfiETTJF, ROUND L AMI- 

SUNSET OR 

~917 J.XATZEL 

TOAAHAWK TRL 

833 A BRECENZER 

VILLA VISTA DR 



1108 
1115 
1208 

1214 
1220 


K BRANTLY 
P ZASAOIL 
F SUHADOLHIK 
C NAPODANO 
G PIXLEY 


VEST END AV ' 


1329 


G SEPAN1K * 


VI LO WOOD DR' 




107 

125 


H PUCEL 
A IROWN 

C KELSON 


m 

VITCHVOOD LN 


1232 


E STRYCZEK 


VOOOSIHE DR 


1612 
1617 


n FORD 
R05SOV 


WOODLAND DR 


133 
501 
529 


J 6ALF0RD 
A SAOEK 

C PETERSON 


WOOOMOOR OR 




L LENZEN 


VOODRIOGE DR 


1309 
1429 


D WILSON 
R CEVALLOS 


ARROWHEAD DR 





n KENNETT 



061(427012 
-041(427013 



0(20210012 

0620114005 

061 8208002 



0619214O12 
0&19215O0B 
0619201010 
0619201007 
0(19201004 



061(323010 



061(332061 
0616332019 
0616332028 



062020(013 



0617406032 
0617407010 



0620231015 
0620117016 
0620117002. 



0616424015 



0618430015 
0618420013 



ROUND LARE IEA 60073 

930 
93* 

"ROUND: CAKE - UA (0075 

1791 
ROUND- LARE IEA 60073 

1791 1050( 
ROUND LAKE IEA (0073 

1791 18291 
ROUND LAKE IEA (0073 



1791 
1791 
1790 
1791 
1791 



15229 

16840 

1471 
12848 



ROUND LARE IEA (0073 

1791 H31 

ROUND LAKE IEA (0073 



ROUND LAKE IEA 60073 

1791 K359 

ROUND LAKE IEA (0073 



1791 
1791 



179» 



I 
7335 



1791 11819 



1791 
1791 



10134 

12267 



2(72 17601 



1791 



1791 14182 



196I 
1791 



8766 
12228 



1791 15261 



1791 



1791 
1791 



1791 
2(72 
1791 
1791 



8516 



14099 
18(21 



1 
7(86 

16672 

1 



304- 

1791 
1791 



1791 
1791 

1791 
1791 



86OC 



10221 



14209 
15600 

1 
11088 



1791 



3572 


15*49 


3572 


14419 


1791 


7114 


1791 


(894 


1791 • 


15399 


1791 


14159 



1791 



8919 



1791 164) 
1791 12518 


1791 
1791 


1 
12128 


ARE IEA (0073 




■ 


1791 15599 . 
1791 5984 
1791 155(9 


1791 
1791 
1791 


14249 
5194. 
9479 



ROUND LAKE IEA (0073 

1791 1l81 
ROUND LARE IEA (0073 



1791 
1791 



15819 
13738 



1791 



1791 
1791 



ST. NO. D. NAME 

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CEDARVOOD CIR 

705 N C. GABRIEL 

PONTIAC CT 

720 I 'JOHNSON ; 
TOMAHAWK TRL 



INDEX NUMBER LAND 

.0(17112004 190 

ROUND LAKE HE I. (0073 

0417105007 1791 12548 1791 

ROUND LARE HE I (0073 

0(17109020 1791 17050 - 1791 

ROUND LAKE HE I (0073 



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IMP 



0. M KENNETT 
II KENNETT 
709 R RELIHAN 



wC! 



0(17112017 
0(17112018 
0(17114009 



190 
190 
1791 



TURKEY. *UN. B«y 

700 . -R CILLrSPlEi 

•ELLEVUE DR.-*, 

317 A HARERZA 

BRIERHILL DR 

415 R VAUGHN 

KENWOOD DR 

229 W PISSOWATZKI R 

LARE SHORE OR 

E S GUNIA . 
26 E S CUN1A 
403 E P LANNAN - 



14749 
12268 



06171 12003 



ROUND LARE HE I 60073 
190 



ThQftdoy, febrtidry 27,4966 * v ?! 



11857 

■ • ' - ROSM.UIE HE I 40073 
06 1 7 1050 K 179>| 11797 

ROUND LAKE PAR (0073 
0(2811(007 1791 12(68 

ROUND. LAKE PAR (0073 
0(28102008 3552 11047 

ROUND LAKE PAR 60073 
0628122002 1791 95(( 

ROUND LAKE PAR 6OO73 



MAIN ST 

12 

-14 

16 



TOWN -OF AVON 
TOWN OF AVON 
TOWN OF AVON 



HIOLAND DR 

R HIGHLAHD 
WILLOW DR » 
212 S TELLES 

p 

FOREST DR 

32167 R RUETTIGER 

LAKE AV 

1 S J MANN 

45 HO REESE. C BJORKLUND 

85 N D WENDT 

LINDEN AV 

35075 N J MC DERMIT 

CIRCLE DR 

34130 N L LEAFBLAO 
34149 N L LEAFBLAO 

KWY 120 

19630 W M ROACH 

LAKESIDE. DR 

34240 H-R-THEISEN 

.LILAC AV' 

34O49nt*V^OL0UCH 

340$0 H HOUSING AUTHORITY -OF 

OAR AV 

22230 V. J GORDON 

ROLLINS RD 

19392 W A ANDERSON 

ACRE CT 

22831 W H GOODWIN 

CLINTON AV 

24811 W S GALLAGHER 
24992 W R REMDLA 

FAIRFIELD RD 

33363 N R FOXVOG 

HICKORY LN 



0621301016 
062 130 10 17 
0(21308002 



0628138022 

* 0628138023 

0628138024 



0628106003 
06281 25023 
06242O10O3 



0613402017 
0613302018 
0613302002 



2181 
5233 

1791 



17500 
2532 



ROUND LAKE PAR (0073 

1121 
1121 
1121 

ROUND LAKE PAR 6O0?3 

890 

ROUND LARE PAR 60073 

1791 11027 

THIRD LAKE 60046 

1771 12267 

THIRD LAKE 60046 



2221 
2221 
1771 



THIRD LARE 
0613303005 2001 

UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 



0621416031 

0621416015 



7324 
9686 



UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLARE 

0636 10000800 10 1791 

UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 

0622300031 3782 

tQNfNCORIIHAWD ; -*R»YSLAKE 



0421419002 
0(214)8007 



23(1 
23(0 



UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 

. 0621416006 , 2361 
UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 
06132000010010 1791 
UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

061(100019 1791 
UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 



0618112005 
0(18108010 



1121 
112T 



UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

0430400007 4533 

UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 



35384 N R ROUND LAKE AREA PARK D 0(16303021 10 

* 

LAKE PARK AV . UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

22891 W COUNTY OF LARE, TRUSTEE 0(21103008 320 



18191 

I5I79 
14409 

60046 

24895 

60030 

3122 
21983 

60030 

39*9* 
60030 
20442 
(0030 

24(85 

16690 

60030 
19852 
60046 
16430 
60073 
12307 
. 60073 t 

13928 

(0073 

2151 

(0073 

(0073 



1791 



1791 



1791 



3552 



1791 



490 
3270 
1791 



1 1078 
15410 

9967 

9447 
(349 

9307 
7164 



17500 

2 



1791 



1771 



2221 
2221 
1771 



2001 



7324 
9(86 



3782 

23(1 

23(1 
1791 



1000 
1121 



4533 



LAKE SHORE DR 
24719 V R COLEMAN 
LAKEVIEV AV 
22741 N A SCKAEFER 
HERRI WOOD LN 
22438 W E GUEROULT 
NIPPERSINK RD 
G ELLISON 
PASSAVANT AV . 



UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

0(18301015 5533 
UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

0(21 101075 3332 
UN i H CORPORATE ROUND LAKE 

0(21204030 , (214 
UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 

0(302000060011 856 
UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 



24675 W BANCO MORTGAGE COMPANY . 0618314008 931 
ROLLINS RD UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 



8777 



10797 



17331 
14839 

9149 



22085 



1652 
14853 



1791 29494 



17522 
22785 

15(12 

15680 



1791 11177 



9688 



(0073 






21593 


5533 


19(93 


(0073 






984( 


3332 


8826 


(0073 






444(7 


6214 


36647 


(0073 




. 


5770 


656 


3B91 


60073 






9055 


931 


7.295 


60073 







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ST. NO. D. NAME 


INDEX NUMBER 


LAN™ 


W IMP 


24goo W G WYROSKI 06I810V017 931 8695 931 7675 


GARVS OR 


ANTIOCH 


60002 


. 


; ' 


SHOREWOOD OR UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 60073 


567 P PODSTAHA . 


0208204012 3857 


28281 


3857 


25470 


22843 W COUNTY OP LAKE, TRUSTEE 0621109002 320 


HAZELWOOD OR 


ANTIOCH 


60002 






SUMMIT ST UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 60073 


277 . N BROWN 


0205412024 3086 


13504 


3086 


1303* 


35410 N R LAYLAND O61B303OOI 3332 13208 3332 124)8 


LAKE ST 


AHTIOCH 


60002 






TY LER *V UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 60073 


665 BOEHH 


0207400014 1483 


33811 


1483 


26160, 


24365 W C NURNBERG 06194O4011 2672 25815 2672 22845 


LINDEN LN 


ANTIOCH . 


60002 






WASHINGTON ST UNINCORPORATED ROUND LAKE 60073 


453 BRIHKER 


0205405019 3086 


16730 


3086 


14660 


. 


462 E FRANKS 


0205410004 3086 


13955 


3086 


12045 


22419 W ROUND LAKE AREA PARK .. .0628200017 100 


471 R OWEN 

• 


0205405022 3086 


21238 


3086 


19198' 


***• 1 198S . Township AVON . 


MAIN ST 


ANTIOCH 


60002 




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PRINTERS LIST- 


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Cartiflcata or Error 


1028 P THELEN 


0208310048 2595 


19064 


2595 


175*4 




HAPLEWOOD OR 

319 H MORAN- 
427 J ROSINSKI 
465 J DAWSON 

NORTH AV 


ANTIOCH 

0204302037 * 1913 
0205417010 2284 
0205417004 2284 


60002 

15107 
1970S 
23582 


I913 
2284 
2284 


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PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 


TROM ASSESSED VALUE TO 


1 ".677 
17995 

18380 




ToT5 , "or 

LANO 


IMPROVEMENT 


LOTS or 
LAND 


IMPRQVEHEN 


Gens Albert 


061711401B 


2670 


12760 


2670 


4470 ' 




Kenneth Lund 


0617330020 


1790 . 


1S050 


1790 





AHTIOCH 


60002 






fiscal Controls Tr 

n n 


0618426024 
0618427009 


1790 
1790 


16550 
16770 


1790 
1790 


15170 
15170 


626 B & J BUILDERS TRUST 


0208101044 4478 


137377 


4478 


112180 


n it 


0619215005 


1790 


16770 


1790 


•15170 










1 


■ . » 


D619223029 


1740 


1671D 


■ 1740 


15170 


OAKUDOD OR 


ANTIOCH 


60002 






it n 


0620206023- 


1790 


.16510 


1790 


15170 


\f n t\ w u u v t/ra 










nicheel Gellinati 
Sernlce Roainekl 


0629115015 
0620102023 


1790 
1790 


13860 
13230 


1790^ 
1790 


10640 
12070 


250 J PLOUGHMAN 


0205410014 3086 


20026 


30B6 


18386 • 


Irving A Groves 


0620115016 


1790 


520 


1790 







. 








Goodwin Hail 


0626203010 


2770 


21710 


2770 


20680 


PLUM TREE RO 


ANTIOCH 


60002 






Uilllam Cromertla 


0614300004 


1790 


13110 


220 















h n 


0614300004 


3660 


500 


3660 





657 C KATRIS 


0207401014 4318 


22150 


4318 


.21040 


Albart Uagnsr 


0635100023 


2670 


18700 


2670 


15840 


* " 








HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION 


(SENIOR 


$2000 


REDUCTION) 






RAM RO 


AHTIOCH 


60002 






jamas A Burgett Sr 


6«l30BOi7 










Josephine H Beczak 


0621304012 ' 




' 
















Margarat V Caruao 


0620108018 










S VILLAGE OF ANTIOCH 


O217204008 )40 








Lucille E Callint 


0619206003 










S W KOZIOL 


0217204006 18363 




. 6652 




Robert Callahan 


0616407019 










• 










u Hay Deatherage 


0627410002 










SUNSET LN 


AHTIOCH 


60002 






Katharine Davis 


0627202012 


* 














• 


Macal I Tranklin 
Raymond Greinsr 


0628106011 
0621102039 










271 R BURRELL 


0205413002 3086 


• 22050 


3086 


18870 


Eduin K Holaan 


0628106015 
















f 




Bernard" H Hanekamp 


0622300020 






# 




VICTORIA ST 


ANTIOCH 


60002 






Trances A Hertel 


0635113015 




















Robert Hubrlch 

Carl Hertel 

Leo Johnson Or. 


0634209027 
0634210022 

0626309003 








■ 


1046 J TERHUNE 


0208309062 2655 


23272 


2655 


18582 






- 




986 R KENNEDY 


020830905] 1964 


21138 


1964 


19708 


Lee R Jarrett 


061920S020 




















Angelina Joarger 


0628107023 










ZELINGER LN 


ANTIOCH 


60002 






Catharine Johnaon 


0626107008 




















Uilfred F Koahlor 
Stefan Lennert 


0626116013 
0621203020 










COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0205405008 620 

* * 








Edna n Nelson 
Matthew G Niolai 


0620203008 
0616407007 










BENJAMIN AV 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






Robert U Quinn 


0635100028 




















June B 5peck 


0617107005 










VACATION VILLAGE 


0133301079 551 




1 




Henry Schneider 


0616317009 




















Marion Stevens 


0626204002 










GRASS LAKE RO 


FOX LAKE 


60020 






Uilllam f Sorensen 


0617407025 




















Harold R Vogel 
Uelter Uallace 


0635104011 
0628121024 










VACATION VILLAGE 


0133100984 22170 


351 


1 




Earl T UoKord 


0617405020 




















Martha Zlembinski 


0616324007 










ST TROPEZ CT 


FOX LAKE 


60020 


> 




Timothy Lucido 


0620406020 




















Lucile H Uolcott 


0621416021 










7112 W YOUNG 


0128401101 1873 


17261 


1873 


I6B5I 


Trances Long 


□6274Q0018 




















Vernon R Moebua 
Robert Laper 


06261 03007 
0621108013 










ADDISON LN 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






Margaret Thompson 


061B312013 




, 
















Uetra Uheeler 


0621414013 










I 42733 N A PASCHKE - 


0112207006 1893 


2254 


1893 


4 


GuiseppB falcons 


0618424023 










42761 N W STROUD 


0112207003 1252 


10849 


1252 


9529 


HOMESTEAD LIMITED 


EXEMPTION 


19100 
14180 


TOTAL 


EQUALIZED 


'< VALUE 


ALEXANDER AV 
■ 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






Lbo Johnaon Or 
John Staudt 


0656305005 
0626307011 




15600 
10680 






David Strang 


0635110018 


67520 




64020 


. * - - . 












Leo Lenzen 


0616424015 


1790 


1180 


1790 





26211 V J TONIGAN 


.012640700.6 _ . 640 








Kermit Neuman 


0616332005 


1790 




890 


, ' 








■ 




- - 


BEACH GROVE RD . 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






Feb. 27 t .1986 


23529 W E MESKO - 1 ""- 


'"" "0220 100008 2064" 


"I3765 ' 


k -2064 


10775 


286D-229-GL 














BENES RO 

26678 W SCHMITZ 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 
O135304O84 810 


60002 






CORRECTIONS IN ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP 


- 


ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD 


BLACK OAK AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






OF REVIEW FOR 1985. 


. 












40776 N T MARTYS 


0219201009 4919 


3J7*J 


<»919 


27490 


Pursuant to Sec. 109 of the Revenue Act of 1939, as amended, the following is a list of the 


BLUFF LAKE RD 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






changes in the assessments of real property for the Year 1985, as authorized by the Lake 


40392 N D RESETAR 


0124300010 . 6993 


22791 


6993 


21337 


County Board of Review for ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP properties. 




m. m- j j 1 




BOLTON PL 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


600O2 






These values are subject to adjustment by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue 
equalization factor, if any. 


36151 H D HENSLEY 


0135304106 3897 


13695 


3897 


11165 




BOWLES RO 


UNINCORPORATED AHTIOCH 


600O2 


■ 




This publication does not reflect changes for Homestead Exemptions or Veterans' Exemp- 






1 






tions. 


25365 W C HOPE 


0113201007 7984 


35464 


7964 


S«*656 


Note that land values and improvement values appear separately and should be added 


BROWN AV 


UH INCORPORATED AHTIOCH 


60002 






together to arrive at a total assessed value. 


26595 W COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0135104003 760 
26609 W COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0135104002 760 








ST. NO. D. NAME INDEX NUMBER LAND IMP 






■ 




CALVIN DR 


UNINCORPORATED AHTIOCH 


60002 


« 




■ARTLETT AV ANTIOCH 60002 


22301 W P COZDECKI 


0221404005 620 








795 HIS MANUFACTURING CO 0208405012 10319 128411 10319 1263*7 








1 






CATALPA RO 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


' 60002 






BISHOP 5T ANTIOCH 6O0O2 


■ 










. ' m 


26650 V J WELCH 


010230)017 1102 


24135 


1102 


24565 


1055 FIELDER 02OB4O9014 2014 10659 2016 10579 














CHANNEL AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






BRIDGEWOOD OR ANTIOCH 60002 


25669 W D SKRYPT 


0124306013 100 








R OPLAWSKl - 0204302010 2925 2000 


39314 N T SCHELLEHBtRGER 


0126403003 410 








141 R OPLAWSKl 0204302011 348* 21719 34M 16604 


39322 II T SCHELLCNBCR6ER 


0126603002 210 








■ ' m '-• 


39328 N COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 0126400012 1170 








CREST LN AHTIOCH 60002 


# * 












CIRCLE AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






503 W CARNEY 020830IOOT 2515 50324 2515 28414 














39466 N C MCGUIRE 


0125606019 2234 


13865 


2234 


9155 


ELHWOOQ LM ANTIOCH • 60002 














CIRCLE DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






309 J POLAND 0204305001 1913 19505 1913 17665 




— 










41731 N J STANCIL 


0114216020 1092 


13364 


1092 


. 6706 


FILLWEBER CT AHTIOCH 60002 ■„ 










, 


• 


CLARA AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






431 J duggan 0208309021 2454 5777* 2454 50870 













1 0D Lakeland Nawipapaa 



..»<•••. I. .!.»*. I 



Thursday, February 27, 1916 



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ST. NO. D. NAME 


INDEX NUMBER LAND 


IMP 


ST. NO. D. NAME 


INDEX NUMBER LAND 


IMP 


41151 .N P SHERZ 


0114*02017 . 1933 


18483 


1933" 


104*J 


41708 N BANKERS LIFE CO 


0114215018 1092 


10509 


1092 


7619 


CRESCENT PL 


UN 1 NCORPORATEO ANT 1 OCH 


60002 






. 42138 N V JOHANTGEN 


0114206023 .531 


6*72 


53i 


4652 


1 










MALLARD AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






25*51 W COUNTY OF LAKE 


012*416005 9*0 












■ 






it 


J 








25827 W M FLEMING 


012*304008 ' 5370 


282*1 


5370 


20*63 


DELL OR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 


















' • ■ 


• 






MARCUS ST 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 




1 


40210 HB TOIWO 


0221411035 400 








■ ..■ ' 










40273 N E QUEEN 


0221*12014 76O 








40612 N E BELZ- 
40622 N E BELZ 


0123202002 • 760 
0123202001 760 








DONALD OR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






MEADOW LN 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






40231 N R MONNIHGER 


0221*11045 2715 


30164 


. 2715 


22251 


t 










40*24 N K FREEMAN 


0221404030 621 


6602 


621 ._ 


5*82 


42396 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE O111301006 640 








'" 










42408 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE OHI3OIOO5 640 




... 




DREKEL BLVD 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






424)8 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0111301004 640 








• 










42426 _N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0111301003 640 








3B379 N C VOICHT 


0135*02021 4448 


21449 


4448 


19819, 


42432 N COUNTY OF LAKE. 


TRUSTEE 01 11301002 640 








** ■■ 








-' 


42440 N' COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0111301001 100 








ELIHE RD 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






MICHIGAN BLVO 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






N COFROti 


0124100017 862 


1 
/ 


775 




■ 










40765 N GOFRON. 


0124104004 . 798* 


*7*25 


7984 , 


41865 - 


26498 W COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0135*01001 230 








40797 NO GOFRON 


0124104003 7984 




7185 




NORTH AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH^ 


60002 


. 




EVERGREEN AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 


























20805 W G FOX 


O20'23000030011 18177 


1980 


12762 


I960 


42665 N P SYLVESTER 


0111110008 50 








22445 W R RETTINGER 


0209200007 24995 


13164 


24995 


2905 












22*75 W R ALLINDER 


0209200008 16700 


6*776 


16700 


53256 


FAIR OAKS C1R 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






25091 W W BRUNELLI 


0101421001 1853 


19695 


1853 


188*5 . 


26467 V F REPP 


0111409020 4338 


12933 . 


*338 


1 1553 


NORTH DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






FAIRVIEW AV- 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 


■ 




22269 W COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0221402008 430 








27127 V COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0134203014 50 








ORCHARD AV ' 


UN 1 NCORPORATEO .ANT 1 0CH 


600O2 


- - -. '"- 




27137 V COUNTY OF LAKE 


013*203011 ' 50 






:. 




1 








27141 W COUNTY OF LAKE 


0134203010 50 


• 


- 


■ ,» . • 


' 26225 W A GN1LKA 


0111201023 640 








FOREST OR. 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 


_ 




PARK AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

1 


.' 60002 






43392 N QUINN 


0101404025 5H 


9*2 


r 511 


532 


27128 W COUNTY OF LAKE 
27132 W COUNTY OF LAKE 


0134203028 50 
0134203027 50 








FOREST LN 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






PARK DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 




■ 


42481 N COUNTY OF LAM, 


TRUSTEE 0110304005 2220 




















. 


- ■ 






25176 W S COLIN 


0101411015 511 


12843 


5" 


11*53 


FOX OR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 














* 






.. 






PARK PL 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






40319 N J PLONKA 


0222300017 3657 


25776 


3657 


22176 












40370 N D HARRELO 


0222301021 5*20 


28712 


5*20 . 


276*2 


42261 N COUNTY .OF LAKE, 
42265 N COUNTY OF LAKE, 


TRUSTEE 0112414010 170 
TRUSTEE 0112414009 860 








GRAPEVINE AV 


. UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 




' 


42309 N FORD MOTOR CREOIT 0112414014 3767 


18533 


3767 


11330 


26 167 V T CLARK 


0111202030 1312 


15939 


1312 


13609 


PETITE AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






26271 W R MUELLER 


01 11 206025 1583 


17261 


15BJ 


16661 


■ 








^ 


26372 U E PETERSEN 


0111205072 1262 


12192 


1262 


121*2 


25025 W R GUS5ARS0N 


0112210013 932 


1753 


932 


3 


26422 * It OUNAU 


01112050*8 1583 


10156 


1583 


7258 

1 


PINE ST 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






CRAS5 LAKE RD 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 








' 


















26690 W E WUKITS 


OIII308OO7 641 


*578 


641 


*510 


2 3860 V L CRAWFORD 


0220301007 609I 


2*37* 


6091 


2352* 




' ' 








24261 V L MEYER 


0219*00021 6191 


3*692 


6191 


31992 


26708 W E WUKITS 


0111308006 641 


56*0 


641 


5390 


25869 V STATE BANK OF 


ANTIOCH 012*308005 195* 


22510 


195* 


16970 












27045 w M MCCAIE 


0126*00029 3997 


42266 


3997 


36886 


POINT DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






HARLEM AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






41282 N R PLECHATY 


0217301013 -5330 


38870 


5330 


3**10 


26476 V COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 01 352050 16 J60 








POPLAR ST 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






HEART LAKES BLVD 


— UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






*236* N COUNTY OF LAKI 


I. TRUSTEE OIII307OO9 640 










■ 








42498 N F SCNWARK 


- 0)11117006 641 


2384 


641 


4 


26051 W S GRZYL 


' 0123*0*016 1583 




1 




42682 N EOE JAECR 


0)11111006 361 


6952 


361 


3920 


26137 u J LUKASZEWSKI 


0123*0*010 1292 


16533 


1292 


17053 


PRAIRIE AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


'60002 




i\ 


HVY 173 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60009 


. - * # 




1 40600 N COUNTY OF LAKE 


.TRUSTEE O2I92OOO20: 1770 


* * 






21515 W E HANLEY 


.:.- 02153000060011-, 5055 


5990 


5055 y; 


3730 


40820 N L BOCK 


02 1920500 1 6331 


31046 


6331 


27236 


22569 W ANTIOCH TRUST COMPANY 0216302006 3096 


30966 


3096 


30*76 




: - 








28150 W FIRST AMERICAN: 


BANK OF 0109*00003 :.9978 


. 2*67* 


9976 - 


2255* 


'■ RESTHAVENTER 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






HVY 45 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






25508 W K COX 


0125307036 1022 


2465* 


1022 


1908* 


43230 N J HUNLEY 


02024000100011 262 


2550 


262 


1410 


SARANA DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






HVY 59 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






22065 W COUNTY OF LAKE 
22073 W COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 0221406014 760 
i TRUSTEE 0221406013 760 








40922 H J LEE 


r 0219202013 4919 


19786 


*919 


9606 


22081 W COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 0221406012 760 








41508 N COUNTY OF LAKE 


, TRUSTEE 0218200021 300 








SHANNON AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 m 


/" 




KIDO DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 


















• 






, 


26388 W S CALI 


0111206042 641 


7634 


641 


553* 


43212 N R GARZA 


0101417003 1*13 


8365 


1*13 


7365 












■ 1 


kt 








SPRING RO ' 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






LAKE AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






















* • 


t 


27866 W C CALABRESE 


0110104015 1092 


16930 


1092 


7020 


42873 H CHANNEL LAKE BLU 
















- 


43100 N C BURGESS 


0102306015 1102 


13*9* 


1102 


7224 


SPRUCE DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 


■ 




LAKE CT - ■ 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


6OO02 






22012 W A REICH 


0221208020 1252 


270 


I252 




39375 N B KULL J KILLEEN 0125*08007 222* 


8115 


- 222* 


6655 


.SYCAMORE RD 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 




, 


LAKE DR 


•UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






2670O W L FORREST 


0102305013 1102 


2655 


.1102 


5 


42*14 N L MILLER 


0112*06018 1252 


" 7*73 


1252' 


7023 . 


TODD ST 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 




■ 


LAKE ST 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






26520 W W RICHTER 


010230900* 4929 


3*9*3 


*929 


30273 


26432 W R VAUGHN 


0111*05016 1583 


6*1 


1583 




WASHINGTON ST 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






LAKE SHORE OR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






, 22532 W WESTAMERICA MORTGAGE CO 0216302021 1633 


136*5 


1633 


131*5 


23019 W J HI COL AY 


02202050*2 36*7 


15257 


36*7 


93*7 


WEDGE WOOD DR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






LAKESIDE PL 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 




''. 


22100 W R HENRI KSEN 


0221203022 5190 






. : 


38530 N A SH1LKA 


01 3530*006 'Z . 2*6* 


12933 


2*84 


10673 


WESTLAKE AV . 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 - 






LAKEVIEV AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






. 41064 N O'DONNELL 


0113402026 239* 


*598 


239* 


4128 












41360 N M LAYTON 


0113*02001 5590 


218*9 


5590 


1*969 


40180 N H LENGVENIS 


012*306019 - . 2635 


32*98 


2635 


25008 


WILMOT RD 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






LAMBERT OR 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 




• 


26637 W C LINDBERG 


0102301009 1102 


2*24 


1102 


* 


40265 N E TATAK 
*0359 N PIONEER' TRUST 


0220402021 , 1252 
I SAVINGS 0220402010 . 233V 


10018 
9926 


1252 
233* 


969B 
5798 


26742 W COUNTY OF LAKE 
' 27150 W W REINKE 


, TRUSTEE 0102300006 350 
01034000070011 670 


1610 


870 




LINDEN AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






WILSON RD 


UN 1 NCORPORATEO ANT 1 OCH 


60002 






42548 N G TAYLOR 


0112101020 7123 


33270 


7123 


32780 


' 26066 W W CRUTCHFIELD 


.0135204018 .1010 








. ^ ... . 

1 ATIIC Ail • 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


60002 






WOODBINE AV 


UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 


~60poi " 






LUI US AV 


.9 m.' 










- . *#*■ 


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ST; NO. D. NAME 

t.2*8l N L FRIDELL 

WOODLAND AV 

26411 W V CRAMER 
26178 WD MCCACHRON 

WOODS OR 

1.2*55 N H IUSCH 

2ND AV 

1.22U M J fUTTEOMI 

5TH AV 

42212 N VOS 

FOREST OR 

25022 W C FRANKE 

BEECHWOOD AV 

38560 N A CRACYA5 

BRIAR RD 

385*6 N J GILLIS 

CHANNEL OR 

38021 N COUNTY OF LAKE 

DAWN CIR WEST 



INDEX NUMBER 

0111*02001 1656 J«5* 
UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH (0002 



013530*061 
0135305017 



1873 

1873 



UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

01 12*08001 1252 

UN INCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112*161*3 1252 

UNINCORPORATED ANTIOCH 

0112*16050 1252 

UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 

0125212010 "1*03 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0133205003 3336 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

013*31701* 7^1 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0133323012 100 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 



38260 N COUNTY OF LAKE. TRUSTEE 013*3)8025 930 
DEWEY ST UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 



38067 N R 0L50N 01333270OB 

38211 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0133316005 



*31 
*30 



GOLF VIEW OR 

28978 W D GLUCHftAN 
GROVELAND AV 

27681 W S METTE 

HILLANDALE DR 

38556 N R PARKS 
38681 N D RUSSELL 

LEE AV 

38181 N R LEHMAN 
38189 N R LEHMAN 

STATE PARK RO 



UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

0126101002 761 
UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

013*111001 1032 

UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 



013*10900* 
013*116012 



10*2 
201* 



33731 
135** 

60002 

19*25 
60002 

10829 
60002 

175*2 
600*6 
19936 
60081 
18062 
6008 1 
17712 
6008) 

60081 

6008) 
69*2 

60081 

8686 
60081 

17652 

60081 

22** 
16379 



LAND 
8656 



1873 
1873 



IMP; 
8578 



29331 

117** 



1252 17*55 



1252 



9*1* 



1252 17002 



1*03 



3336 



9936 
13082 



761 1*272 



*31 

761 
IO32 



10*2 
201* 



**32 



8286 



15752 



* 
161*9 



UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 60081 



0133321005 
013332100* 



*30 

*30 



UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 60081 



38283 N COUNTY OF LAKEJ TRUSTEE 013330800* 
38381 N' COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0133308005 



360 
360 



WATTS AV UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

3BI71 N SECURITY FEDERAL SAVINGS 0133316015 531 

1ST AV UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

38228 N N JANOWICZ 013*326012 932 

*TH AV UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 



38152 N E MORRISON 013*323018 

36376 N SCHNEIDER'S TRUCKING, 013*303023 



932 

930 



6TH AV UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

38382 N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 013*301010 930 

7TH AV UNINCORPORATED SPRING GROVE 

3839) N COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0133*08010 930 



60081 
10138 
60081 

28351 
6008 1 

16960 

60081 
60081 



531 



8298 



932 27991 



932 



16010 



?•<• 1 



19B5 

PRINTERS LIST 
Certificate of Error 



Town .hip hotxoch 



Rayaond Novak 
Michael Ruxton 
Phillip Sylueater 



PERMANENT 
INDCX NO. 



Sun Sida Imp 
Petite Lake - 
Highuooda Assoc. 
Lagoons On Loon - 

Lake Assoc. 

n 14 

H t, 

" it 

n n 

B n 

East Loon Lake Prop 
Little Silver Lake 

n it 

it n 

n n 

Channel Lk Shores 
Channel Lk Bluffs A 
James C Storer 
Lillian Bachan 
Kenneth Bloom 
N. Sh. Imp Assoc 
Anna Kahlsgk 
Snoden Murrell 
Louis Bliss 
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION 



Mary Louise Biarman 
Uilllam Brook 
Grace L Cervo 
Silas Cornelius 
Gordon Crandall 
Anton Deutaeh 
John U Ooyle 
Mildred Ornac 
Lygia Dubaek 



020540602? 
O21310OO1B 
0111113001 
0111104003 
thru 21 

0111108001 
0111110002 
0111113002 
011130901? 
012S211001 
0125211018 
0216303032 
0216303062 
021630307B 
0216303103 
0221102026 
0216303010 
0216301018 
0221201003 
0216101002 
0216101003 
0216101D04 
0216101001 
0101306004 
.0111205013 
061B407016 
0101412034 
0124402011 
0220205041 
0209304006 
0124416017 
0111116003 
SENIOR 



FROM 



ASSESSED VALUE 



TO. 



LTJT5 or 

LAND 



101303007 
0217303005 
0128401126 
0124204025 
012B400401 
0134323019 
0221211027 
01 25406039 
,0134323017 



20BO 

9350 

640 

360 



2220 

640 

360 

100 

640 

640 

530 

510 

510 

510 

S10 

510 

510 

640 

1SB0 

810 

• 230 

15B0 

15B0 

310 

1790 

2060 

1350 

100 

810 

1870 

B10 

12000 



IMPROVEMENT 



24420 
27610 



LOTS or 
LAND 



50 



2320 

770 

13B10 

50 

6800 

20520 

31B60 

REDUCTION) 



20B0 

4370 

SO 

50 

n 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



IMPROVEMEN 



17320 
29140 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

1790 
1 

1350 

SO 

810 

1B70 
810 



50 





1 

10460 

50 



18000 

24990 



120 Lofcetand Newspapers 



Chrlat M raulbatoar 
Eugene realgar 
Roy Hackbuth 
Otto Hank* 
Virginia C Hereon 
Rt villa n Norton 
Viola Kawall 
Martha Klaaey 
Luclan PI Me Lean 
frank 3 Marek 3r 
Howard Ho rgan 
Tad Nadrovtkl 
Theodora H Oiga 
Nora Paulue ■ 
Carl Plotz 
Urban Reef 
Henry Radar er 
.Frank Sch'vark 
Irene Lingo 
Evalyn Megnuson 
Irona A Dougherty 
Edward 2anta 
Ralph Baolnekl 



Fage> 



3124204021 

9219401001.. 

J12140O371 

)2 0130001 4 

)1 01 406009 

1200409010 

1112416014 

1111201002 

1124409016 . 

1220205019 

1111207016 

1134120005 

5205300040. 

1112416154 

1124405001 

1123407002 

1125306020 

1111117003 

1135213011 

)1 2420401 4 

9120400263 

0135304072 

0221302011 



1985 

PRINTERS LIST 
Certificate of Error 



Township ANTIOCH 



\ 



Elnora C Sperling 
Ronald N Suanaon 
Cheater Vandeberg 
Laurel R Van Patti 
Charles Vendl 
Morton R Whitman 
Stanley Berkeil 
M Brown 
Martha Greer 
Anna Kohlegk 
Ha Laeco 
Lorraine Springer 
John 3 Dalle Sr 
HOMESTEAD LIMITED 



Stenley Berkeil 
fl Brown 
Marine Greer 
Anne Kohlegk 
Ha Laeco 
Lorraine Springer 
John J Uella Sr 
Michael Ruxton 
Raymond Novek 
Sylvan Steward 
George Haisman 
Ottomar Franke 
Robert Rogers 
John Saueglio 
Antioch Trust Co 
John Parks 
Judith Ruggles 
Edward Crawford 
Lloyd Jacobaen 
Robert Rohrs 
Lyndol McCarley 
M 4 r Calder 
Sherman Pickens 
John Kereleuicz 
Zelme Simons 
Vernon Veltum 
Jerry Heyuaod 
Anthony Kreemer 
Haldane Mysliuiec 
Barnard Havllend 
Herbert Schulx 
Virglnie Gudgeon 
Cgo T a T1076616 
Martin Schuind 
Pearl Francels 
Kenneth Gallagher 
Elmer Gescan 
Joseph Heleme 
Frederick Brooks 
Doneld Mitchell 
Chester Tomele 
Am Nat 8k TR# 728 
Joe Botulnski 
Anna Sopar 
Ruasall Telbott 



PERMANENT 
INDEX NO. 



D205406010 

D221102017 

D1 1421 6020 

020B3DB01D 

0111204019 

0218401009 

D21 0300003 

022 1409035 

0202400008 

0209304005 

0208311019 

0135110001 

0110400005 

EXEMPTION 

HHSOOOOS 

0221 409035 

0202400008 

0209304005 

020B311019 

0135110001 

0110400005 

D213100018 

0205406027 

0123404048 

0112416069 

0102306014 

3133100822 

3103400004 

3110200008 

3111300006 

31124D9014 

3204301001 

3206300012 

3212100006 

3224402005 

312B400403 

3205407055 

312B400349 

1101411016 

3112200007 

3221400025 

3111311005 

1113101015 

1124307007 

1124403005 

1125212002 

11331Q05S2 

1135211003 

1135402016 

1135402019 

1112307001 

1221206021 

1112416024 

1112416023 

1135106020 

1212300008 

1221205009 

1112416168 

1135202038 



FROM 
LBT5 or 
LAND 



ASSESSED VALUE 



IMPROVEMENT 



TuTT 
LANO 



TO 



or 



32950 
11760 
48400 

7490 
16100 
13220 
23130 
33130 
19400 
17670 
20760 
16600 
11260 
25460 
35540 
41530 
18020 
14190 
43960 
34330 
3053D 
24790 
21610 
17500 
15000 
.13280 
12350 

8490 
13480 
17050 

872D 

9190 

4570 
12150 
11130 
10520 
11640 
21640 

9880 

16620 

14890 

. 48590 

9020 
19830 
33130 



TOTAL CQUA 



IMPROVEMEN 



I2ED VALUE 



29450 
B260 

44900 

5617 

14600 

9720 

19630 

29630 

159D0 

14170 

17260 

13100 

7760 

21960 

32040 

3B030 

14520 

10690 

40460 

30830 

27030 

21290 ' 

18110 

14000 

11500 

97B0 

8B50 

4990 

99BO 

13550 

5220 

5690 

3790 

8650 

7630 

7020 

8140 

18140 

63BD 

13120 

11390 

45090 

5520 

16330 

29630 






Feb. 27, 1906 
286D-230-AR 



CORRECTIONS IN WARREN TOWNSHIP 

ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE LAKE COUNTY BOARD 

OF REVIEW FOR 19S5. 

Pursuant to Sec. 109 of the Revenue Act of 1939, as amended, the following is a list of the 
changes in the assessments of real property for the Year 1965, as authorized by the Lake 
County Board of Review for WARREN TOWNSHIP properties. 

These values are subject to adjustment by the State of Illinois Department of Revenue 
equalization factor, if any. 

This publication does not reflect changes for Homestead Exemptions or Veterans' Exemp- 
tions. 

Note that land values and improvement values appear separately and should be added 
together to arrive at a total assessed value. 



ST. NO. D. NAME 

BENNETT AV 

1*150 R RIBANOO 

BIRCH DR 

1*3 12 W F LEHTZ 

COUNTRY CLUB RO 

3U9 I MUNOZ 

3^35 J BALEY B STUART 

3708 ' J MEAGHER J VEGA 

DELANY RD 



INDEX NUMBER LAND 



IMP 



GURNEE 



0723<<07007 



0723410009 



07I2MH011 
0712^01.010 
07121.01006 



1*1*52 



GURNEE 



7065 



GURNEE 



*758 
1.758 
503* 



CURNEE 



60031 

26362 

60031 

U233 

60031 

17602 
28670 

20185 
60031 



1.1.52 .241*12 



7065 129V7 



*-758 

W58 
5031. 



13365 

2li508 
17632 



COUNTY OF LAKE TRUSTEE O723206OO9 

COUNTY OF LAKE TRUSTEE 0723206010 

COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE O723206OO6 

1955 N ANCHOR CLASS CONTAINER O7I2300OO7 



200 
%00 
200 
*.63687 IBOI1638 



1.63687 1769646 



ELLIS AV 



GURNEE 



6OO3I 



COUNTY OF LAKE, TRUSTEE 0723210011 



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■ ST: NO! D. NAME 


~ ~ ~; INDEXNUMBER LAND" 


IMP 


ST. NO: D; NAME - > 


% INDEX NUMBER LAND 


IMP;: 


^m\ ELSIE AV 


CURNEE 


60031 






33469 N L ERICKSON 


0730302008 359* 


28517 


359* 


23820 


^H THE VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


0715*00012 10 






• • 


IDLEWILO OR 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






^M EMERALD AV 


GURNEE 


60031 


- 




33697 N S YACH . 


0730209003 4043 


21931 


40*3 


20363 


^P VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


07H1 300038 19889 




23B7 




INDIAN LN ; ' 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






^B VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


0714304006 ■ 510 


















H VILLAGE OF CURNEE 
■ VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


0714304007 510 

071*30*008 510 








33236 N W VLHJK 


0730311019 2838 


14457 


2838 


13426 . 


H 851* N VILLAGE OF GORNEE 


671430*009 510 


8720 




■ 


KEWAUNEE OR 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






^M GLEN FLORA AV 


GURNEE 


60031 






17791 W C HERSHEY ' 


0729105007 U2b 


ijoU<» 


3226 


10516 


I 3802 C LINDHOLR 


O7I3229O05 3175 


19103 


3175 


12089 


LONE ROCK RO 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 


* 




H GRAND AV 


t CURNEE 


60031 






33359 N J HUGHES 


0730406018 3696 


1868 


3696 




W THE VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


0715300026 10 






'•' 


MILL RD 


UN 1 NCORPORATEO GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






THE VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


071530002B 10 








"* 


















.1 * -* 


33550 N W BAKER 


0729107015 - 3482 


171B3 


3*82 


13793 


B GREAT AMERICA PKWY 


GURNEE 


60031 
















^H 


* 




■■ 




OAK ST '■-■■■ 


UNINCORPORATED . GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






■ O THE VILLAGE OF GURNEE 


0715302008 10 






. 












■ THE VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


0715*05002 10 








338i<5 N J KREUSER 


0730106001 2410 


9679 


2*10 ' 


7831 


1 CREENHAVEN .LN 


GURNEE 


60031 






OAKLAND DR 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






■ O ILLINOIS HOUSING 


0723301001 217902 


1927495 


217902 1 


894764 


33592 N MERRILL LYNCH 


0730209034 2532 


16489 


,2532 


14457 


H CREENLEAF AV 


GURNEE 


60031 






RIDGE RD 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






V 977 N N RELIUS 


0713312001 3W2 


18123 


3482 


16316 


33061 N H COOK 


0730410024 4043 


10506 


40*3 


8801 


M GROVE AV 


CURNEE' 


60031;, 




# 


ROYAL OAK. LN 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






M O RULTIHETAL PRODUCTS 


07l310li020 8505 


112647 


8505 


83200 


33601 N ROYAL OAK APT PHASE 


III 073020*035 21421 


113719 


21*21 


93*55 


■ O NATIONAL BOULEVARD BANK 07 13102012 


132311 


9015 


108000 


33661 N ROYAL OAK APT PHASE 


III 073020*034 21655 


113719 


21655 


93338 




- 




1 


v 


33670 N ROYAL OAK APT PHASE 


III 073020*029 21380 


159205 


21380 


130865 


m LAWSON BLVO 


GURNEF 


6003 1 






33715 N ROYAL OAK APT PHASE 


III 073020*033 21390 


113719 


21390 


93470 




- 








33720 N ROYAL OAK APT PHASE 


III 073020*028 21380 


136467 


21380 


112170 


5 KNAUF 


0710*03007 3318 


.17796 


' 3318 


17214 . 


SEARS BLVO 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


66030 






■ HC CLURE AV 


GURNEE 


60031 ■ 




* 






















33422 N W WEISRUELLER 


073030*003 6226 


19991 


6228 


17285 


■ LAKE COUNTY FOREST 


0723101008 




756 














■ 1.61b DOYLE 


0723101009 




9403 


33724 


WRIGHT RD 


UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






f OAKWOOD ST 


GURNEE 


60031 






18644 W E STREIT 


073010*036 2307 


99*5 


2307 


9608 


1 1032 N H LUCAS 


0713305011 I1370 


13967 


4370 


9791 


APPLEWOOO CT 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 






1 OLD GRAND AV 


I 

CURNEE 


60031 






16625 V D HARTMAN 


0716301045 7270 


33805 


7270 


28108 


,|{ VILLAGE OF CURNEE 


0714300055 16101 




1932 




OELANY RD 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 






■ i.690 VILLAGE OF GURNEE 


071 (.30002 3 8910 


14810 


























36863 N S CHRENO K SHEFFER 


O712IOIOO5 8015 


27057 


8015 


20318 


I SWANSON CT 


CURNEE 


60031 






HUNT CLUB RD 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 






I 2033 TEACHERS REALTY 


O712302OOI 30Ai77 


291710 


30477 


229497 




S. 


















35591 N VILLAGE CHURCH OF GURNEE 07161000200021 




335 




I UNIVERSITY AV 


CURNEE 


60031 






35675 N E FiEYER 
HUTCH INS RD 


O716IOOO190021 




7218 




1 D FERRI 


0723206002 990 








UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 






1 UAVELAND ST 


GURNEE 


60031 






36423 N J LEWIS. 


0707*00002 125.17 


31825 


12517 


21625 


1 978 N R STANTON 


0713^11003 6912 


17939 


6912 


13421 


JUDY DR 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 






1 1ST ST 


CURNEE 


60031 






18660 W P RUNG 


O7O7102OO2 5534 


20553 


5534 


18521 


1 16 S R GONZALEZ 


0723411001 6453 


23932 


61-53 


18713 












L CAftBRIOGE OR 


PARK CITY, 


60085 






MAGNOLIA AV . 


UNINCORPORATED CURNEE 


60031 






1 3876 T BRANDOW 


0725115013 ; 2951 


19624 


2951 


17296 


37044 N R STEIN 
37078 N K STEIN 


0701413003 3706 
O7OI409OO6 2052 




1333 
1333 




1 GREENVIEW OR 


PARK CITY 


6OO85 






ORCHARD VALLEY RD 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 




• 


1 CITY OF. PARR CITY 


0725104004 - :;' 6060 






■ - 


16570 W E SUNDIN 


0716301055 7535 


26607 


7535 


22472 




. 








-I66OI W H NEHLS 


0716302006 7188 


29211 


7188 


27118 


■ NORTHWESTERN AV 


1 • PARK CITY 


6OO85 






16888 W T RAOSEN 


0716301024 7229 


30895 


7229 


30691 


M CHO PRISA 215 


0712110004 132271 


1064658 


132271 


809140 


SALLRON AV , 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 




■ 


J SUSSEX CT 


PARK CITY 


60085 


- 




13441 W K STEIN 


0701413002 1807 




666 




9 **2 K KOLAKOWSKI 


0725117020 3900 


20134 


3900 


18366 












1 ANNA OR EAST 


WADSVORTH 


60083 






STREARWOOD DR 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 






1 ° C RASRUSSEN 


0703102014 8515 




2379 




36539 N J BADTKE * 


0707203015 330 








C AINOCUE 


0703101012 8934 




2624 














■ H LUTTER 


0703101016 9863 




3420 




TYLER AV 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


60031 






■ h RASFUISSEN 


0703101010 9209 




2869 














M. W RASRUSSEN 


0703101013 8944 




2624 




13654 W T FULLER 


071210*00* 4104 


25168 


4104 


20288 


B ANNA DR NORTH 


WAOSWORTH 


60083 






WASHINGTON ST 


UNINCORPORATED GURNEE 


6OO31 






H LUTTER 

mW> H LUTTER 


0703101002 8035 
O703IO2OO* 8311 




2246 

2318 




W LAKE COUNTY HIGHWAY OEPT 0720300015 102 








N RASRUSSEN 


07O310IOO7 8280 




2307 




W WARREN TOWNSHIP 
16256 W IANK OF WAUKEGAN 


07203000 16 10Z 
072 12000 16 5524 


23720 


5524 


13720 


■ ANNA DR SOUTH 


WAOSWORTH 


60083 






I63OO W R DAVIS 
18520 W HERCHENIACH 


O7212OOOI5 12936 
0719100028 8668 


7321 
12630 


12936 
8668 


5473 
10547 


E niNOCUE 


0703102010 8311 




2318 






— 




• 




■ N RASRUSSEN 
B W RASRUSSEN 


0704202005 8260 
0703102011 8311 




2307 
2318 




KNOWLES RD 


UNINCORPORATED LAKE VILLA 


60046 V, 








* 








35558 N R RORBY 


071B1O0O14O01O 6095 


49702 


4063 


49702 


■ ANNA DR WEST 


WAOSWORTH 


60083 








, 








X* E niNOGUE 


O7042O2OO2 8750 




2450 




HWY 21 


UNINCORPORATED L1BERTYV1LLE 


60048 






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2379 




LAKE COUNTY FOREST 


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60030 


- 




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32413 N SERBIAN EASTERN ORTHODOX 0733400002 $10 


81680 
1021 






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0729304005 3778 


16816; 


3778 


16612 












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UNINCORPORATED GRAYSLAKE 


60030 






BAIRSTOW ST 


UNINCORPORATED WAUKEGAN 


60085 






1 33673 N COUNTY OF LAKE 


O7302OOO23 II90 






8004 


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0701 208002 360 








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O73OIO3OO4 2655 


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60030 




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2B130 


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1440 


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030B100010 


9790 


49480 


9790 


4B130 


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0326401025 


6870 


22510 


6B70 





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0331100030 


B370 




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0330300005 


10050 




5900 




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0326401026 


5460 




1260 




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Dohn Halsma 


0307200014 


9790 




700 — 




0331100006 


870 i 


10950 


B60 


9360 


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0326401020 


5460 




1260 




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0326401019 


5460 




1260 




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0326401016 


5460 




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0326200011 _ 


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2720 


2520 





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3530 


22610 


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O5241620O3 






22B10 


nildred Sandeleln 


0334400016 








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0323200003 










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0324101004 










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0324101004 


33210 




29710 




Paul Koppen 


0332100006 


62750 




59250 




Karol Orauiec 


0336224005 


2753H 




24030 




Mary Felknar 


0323100016 


41310 




37S10 




Victor Kazlocar 


0326401016 


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Feb. 27, 1966 
286D-225-WN 



—LEGAL— 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOt THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
LAKE COUNTY 

WAUKEGAN. 
ILLINOIS 



THE STATE BANK 
ANTIOCH. Plolntiff(s), 



OF 



vs 

THE STATE BANK OF 
ANTIOCH, as - Trustee 
under the provisions of a 
Trust Agreement dated the 
1st day of October, 1981 
and known as Trust No. 81 - 
111, MICHAEL LLOYD, 
RONALD HILDEBRAND, 
VINCENT SKAFF, JOSEPH 
O. TOBOL1K and LUCINDA 
F. TOBOLIK, and unknown 
owners, Defendent(s). 

CASE NO. 85CH231 
SHERIFF'S NO. NONE 

NOTICE OF 
SHERIFF'S SALE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that in pursuance of a 
judgment heretofore 
entered by said Court In 
the above entitled cause, 
ROBERT H. BABCOX. 
Sheriff of Lake County, 
Illinois will on Monday the 
3rd day of March A.D. 
1986, at the hour of 9:00 
A.M., Lake County Ad- 
ministrative Building, 10th 
floor, Conference Room B, 
18 N. County Street. 
Waukegan, sell at public 
auction to the highest and 
best bidder for cash all and 
singular, the following 
described premises and 
real estate in said 
judgement mentioned, 
situated in the County of 
LAKE and State of Illinois, 
or so much thereof as shall 
be sufficient to satisfy said 
judgment, to-wit : 

Parcel 1: That part of 
the East Half of the 
South West Quarter of 
Section 1 1 , Township 45 
North, Range 9. East of 
the Third Principal 
Meridian, which lies 
Easterly of the center 
line of Squaw Creek, as 
now located (except 
the North 580 feet 
thereof, except the 
South 270 feet thereof 
and except thot part 
thereof falling in 
Herman Kaping's 
Squaw Creek Sub- 
division of part of said 
Half Quarter Section), 
in Lake County, Illinois 

Parcel 2: Lot "A" In 
Herman Kaping's 
Squaw Creek Sub- 
division of part of the 
East Half of the South 
West Quarter of 
Section 1 1 , Township 45 
North, Range 9, East of 
the Third Principal 
Meridian, according to 
the plot thereof, 



recorded August 4, 
1927 as Document 
303299, In Book "R" of 
Plats, Page 95, in Lake 
County, Illinois 

Parcel ii The North 15 
feet of Lot 1 and the 
North 15 feet of Lot 3 in 
Skarda's Subdivision of 
part of the South East 
Quarter of Section 11, 
Township 45 North, 
Range 9, East of the 
Third Principal 

Meridian, according to 
the plat thereof, 
recorded July 12, 1922/ 
as Document 213753, in 
Book "L" of Plats, Page 
18, in Lake County, 
Illinois. 

« Together with all buildings 
and improvements 
thereon, and the 
tenements hereditaments 
and appurtenances 
thereunto belonging. 

DATED, February, 10, 
1986. 

Michael W.Gontar. 
Attorney for Plaintiff, 
State Bank of Antioch 

390 Lake Street 
Antioch, II, 60002 
(312)395-0799 



Feb. 13,20. 

& 27, 1966 

286B-203-AR 



—LEGAL— 

WAUCONDA SELF 
SERVICE STORAGE 

Notice is hereby given that 
Wauconda Self Service 
Storage, 500 Rand Rd., 
Wauconda, ll., will sell 
goods from Unit. 401 which 
belongs to Mike Batch. The 
goods are hand tools, 
couch, love seat, lawn 
mower, high chair, and 
toys. The sale will take 
place at Wauconda Self 
Service Storage on March 
13, 1986. 

Feb. 27, 

March 6. 1986 

286D-242-WI 



—LEGAL— 

A Special meeting of the 
Grant Community High 
School Board of Education, 
No. 124, Fox Lake, II. , 
60020 will be held on 
Thursday, February 27 
1986 at 8:00 P.M. The 
purpose of this meeting is 
the Concept of the Ad- 
ministrative Team. 

Betty Calloby, 
Secretary to the 
Superintendent 

Feb. 27.1986 
286D-24J-FL 



—LEGAL- 
PUBLIC NOTICE 
Notice of Filing 

NORTHERN ILLINOIS 
GAS COMPANY hereby 
gives notice to the public 
that it has filed with the 
Illinois Commerce Com- 
mission on February 11. 
19B6, testimony and 
exhibits for Docket 85- 
0526, setting forth a recon- 
ciliation of the Company's 
Gas Supply Cost revenues 
with actual gas costs for 
1984. 

Further information wiih 
respect thereto may be ob- 
tained either directly from 
this Company or by ad- 
dressing the Chief Clerk of 
the Illinois Commerce 
Commission at Springfield. 
Illinois 62706. 

A copy of the filing may 
be inspected by any in- 
terested party at any 
business office of this 
Company. 

Northern Illinois 
Gas Company 

M, E. Halsey, 
Vice President 

Feb. 20, 

27. 1986 

286C-7f)7.RI /\ V 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE OF 

PURLIC HEARING 
ON ROAD 

DISTRICT RUDGET 
Notice is hereby given 
that a Tentative budget 
and Appropriation Or- 
dinance for the Antioch 
Township Road District, in 
the County of Lake, State 
of Illinois, for the fiscal 
year beginning February 1 , 
1986 has been on file and 
conveniently available to 
the public tor inspection at 
the Antioch Township 
Office, 99 Highway 173, 
Antioch, Illinois 60002 
since the 24th. day of 
February, 1986. 

Notice is further given 
hereby that a public 
hearing on said Budget 
and Approperation Or- 
dinance hearing on sold 
Budget and Approperation 
Ordinance-will be held at 
7:30 o'clock P.M.. the 25lh 
day of March, 1986 at the 
Antioch Township Office in 
the Antioch Township Road 
District and the final 
hearing and action of this 
ordinance will be taken at 
a meeting to be held at the 
Antioch Township Office at 
8:oo o'clock P.M., the 25th. 
day of March, 1986. 

Richard C. Horland. 

Antioch Township Clerk 

February 20, 1986 

Feb. 27, 1986 
286D-238-AR 



— LEGAL- 
COUNTY ZONING 
NOTICE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.H No. 
17M 

TO WHOM IT MAY 
CONCERN: 

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby 
given to all persons in the 
Town of Avon, Lake 
County, Illinois, that a 
public hearing will be held 
oh Monday, March 17, 
1986, at 1:30 "p.m., infhe 
Lake County Farm Bureau, 
Route 45, Grayslake, II 
60030, relative to a request 
to rezone a certain parcel 
of property from the Urban 
Residential- 1 (UR-1) Zone 
to the Urban Residential- 
3a (UR-3a) Zone for the 
purpose of constructing a 
single family dwelling 
Upon the northerly 106 feet 
of the following described 
real estate, to-wit: 

That part of the North 
West quarter of the 
South West quarter of 
Section 22, Township 45 
North, Range 10, East 
of the* Third Principal 
Meridian, bounded by a , 
line described at 
follows, to-wit: 

Commencing at a point 
on the North quarter 
line of Lake Avenue, 
41.8 feet North of the 
North West corner of 
Lot 5 in Block 6 in 
Doolittle's Taylor Lake 
Subdivision of part of 
Section 22, aforesaid 
according to the plat 
recorded in Book "G" of 
Plats, thence Southeast 
quarter along the line 
of said Lake Avenue, 
130.4 feet; thence 
North, 291.9 feet; 
thence West 125,0 feet; 
thence South 255.20 
feet to the place of 
beginning, being 
formerly known as Lots 
9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, in 
Block 2, in Doolittle's 
Taylor Lake Sub- 
division, aforesaid, in 
the Town of Avon, lake 
County, Illinois. 

The property is located 
on the north side of 
Lake Avenue, ap- 
proximately 600 feet 
from Maple Avenue, 
and contains ap- 
proximately 34,950 
square feet. 

As a result of the petition 
of PEARL FUGATE, RUTH 
FUGATE and CYNTHIA L. 
SUFORNA (record 

owners), which petition is 
on file and available for 
examination in the office 
of the Lake County Zoning 
Board of Appeals, County 
Administration Building, 
18 North County St., 
Waukegan, II 6O0B5. All 
interested persons are - 
invited to attend said 
hearing and be heard. 

Lake County Zoning 
Board of Appeals 

JohnP.Reindl, 
Choirman 

For this hearing', 

reasonable accomodation 
will be made for han- 
dicapped persons. This 
includes accommodation 
for the vision and hearing 
impaired if a request is 
made within 48 hours of 
the meeting time. 

Dated at Waukegan, 
Illinois, this 7th day of 
February 1966. 

Feb. 27. 1986 
286D-236-GL 



—LEGAL- 
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 
COUNTYOFLAKE.fi 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE 19TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS. 

Glenview State Bank, an 
Illinois Banking Cor- 
poration, Plaintiff, 

vs. 

Vance Shaf, et al., Defen- 
dants. 

No. 86ChB9 



The', requisite affidavit 
for publication having 
been filed, notice is hereby 
given you, Unknown 
Owners and Non-Record 
Claimants, defendant(s) In 
the above entitled suit, 
that the said suit has been : 
commenced in the Circuit 
Court of Lake County, 
Chancery Division, by the 
said plaintiff -against you 
and other defendants, 
praying for the foreclosure 
of a certain (Mortgage) 
conveying the premises 
described as follows, to* 
wit: 

Parcel 1: Lot 1 'in 

Meadowlake, being a 
subdivision of port of 
the South half of Sec- 
tion 26, Township 43 
North, Range 11, East 
of the Third Principal 
Meridian, according to 
the plat thereof, recor- 
ded February 23, 1979, 
as Document 1979676, 
In Lake County, Illinois. 

Parcel 3: Private road- 
way easements for 
ingress and egress for 
the benefit of Parcel 1 
as delineated on the 
plat of subdivision of 
Parcel 1 recorded 
February 23, 1979, as 
Documents No. 1979676 
in Loke County, Illinois. 
Commonly known as 
Lot 1 , Meadowlake, 
Riverwoods, Illinois, 
60015. 

and which said (Mortgage) 
was made by Vance Shaf, 
Mortgagor, to Glenview 
State Bank, an Illinois 
Betaking Corporation, as 
(Mortgagee), and recorded 
in the office of the Recor- 
der of Deeds of Lake Coun- 
ty, Illinois, os document 
number- 2249432, and for 
other relief ; thai summons 
was duly issued out of the 
said Court against you as 
provided by law, and that 
the said suit is now pen- 
ding. 

Now, therefore, - unless 
you, the said above named 
defendant(s), file your an- 
swer to the Complaint in 
the said suit or otherwise 
make your appearance 
therein, in the office of the 
Clerk of the Circuit Court 
of Lake County, in the Lake 
County Courthouse, 
Waukegan, Illinois, on or 
before the 31st day of Mar- 
ch, 1986, default may be 
entered against you at any 
time after that day and a 
- Judgement entered In ac- 
cordance with the prayer 
of said Complaint. 

Dated, Waukegan, 
Illinois/. February 27lh, 
1986. 

Sally D. Cof felt, 
Clerk 

Donald ' L. Newman & 

Associates, 

Attorney(s) for Plaintiff, 

29 South La Salle Street 

Suite 650 

Chicago, Illinois, 60603 

Feb. 27. 

March 6, 1986 

286D-231-GP 



—LEGAL- 
COUNTY ZONING 
NOTICE 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.M 
No. 8710 

TO WHOM IT MAY CON- 
CERN: 

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby 
given to all persons in the 
Town of Antioch, Lake 
County, Illinois, that a 
public hearing will be held 
on Wednesday, March 26, 
1986, at 1:30 p.m., in the 
* Antioch Township Hall, 99 
Highway 173, Antioch, II., 
60002, relative to a request 
to rezone a certain parcel 
of property from the 
Agricultural (AG) Zone to 
the Commercial 

Recreational (CR) Zone for 
the purpose of utilizing the 
subject property for 
recreational campground 
purposes on the following 
described real estate, to- 
wit: 

The East 750.0 feet of 
the Southwest Quarter 
of Section 10, Township 
46 North, Range 9, East 
of the 3rd Principal 



Meridian lying North of 
the centerline of Illinois 
Route 173 and 
Southerly of the North 
line of 'the Old Antioch- 
Richmond Road, alt In 
Lake County, Illinois. 

Applicants intend to use 
the property for campers 
who desire to place' tents 
upon the subject premises 
in conjunction with ap- 
plicants existing 
recreational campground 
immediately adjacent to 
the subject property to the 
west. 

The property is located 
on the North side* of 
Route 173, ap- 

firoxlmqtely 2,000 feet 
rom Converse Road 
and contains ap- 
proximately 6.47 acres. 

As a result of the 
petition of STANLEY 
SKOZEK AND JAMES J. 
SKOZEK (record owners), 
which petition Is on file 
and available for 
examination In the office 
of the Lake County Zoning 
Board of Appeals, County 
Administration Building, 
18 N. County St., 
Waukegan, II. 60085. All 
Interested persons are in- 
vited to attend said 
hearing and be heard. 

LAKE COUNTY ZONING 
BOARD OF APPEALS 

John P. Relndl, 
Chairman 

For this hearing, 
reasonable ac- 

commodation will be made 
for handicapped persons. 
This Includes ac- 
commodation for the 
vision and hearing im- 
paired If a request is made 
within 48 hours of the 
meeting time. 

Dated Waukegan, 
Illinois, this 17th day of 
March 1986. 

Feb. 27, 1986 
2B6D-223-AR 



— LEGAL- 
ASSUMED RUS1NESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Triangle Pest Control. 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
760 Main St. No. L. An- 
tioch, II., 60002. 

NAME(S)" AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Jimmle L. "Williams, 760 
Main St., No. L. Antioch, 
II., 60002. 

E. Christine Williams, 760 
Main St., No. L, Antioch, 
II., 60002 

STATI OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.M 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
locatlon(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) oi the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 

JlmmieL. Williams. 
2-19-86 

E.Christine Williams 
2-19-86 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.fi 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending 
to conduct the business 
this February 19, 1986. 

Harold Freedberg 
Notary Public 

RECEIVED:.Feb.2l,1986 
Lake County Clerk 
Linda lanuzl Hess 

Feb. 27, March 

6, 13. 1986 

286D-235-AR 

HOUSE HUNTINOT Find 
lust the home you're 
looking for In Lakeland 
Newspapers' Classified. 
It's fast and easy I 



i 40 Lakeland Newspaper* 



Thursday, February 27, 1986 



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— LEGAL- 

• 

Public Nolle* Is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of ' 
The Village of Grayslake, Lake County, Illinois, will hold 
o Public Hearing in the Council Room of the Village Hall, 
164 Ho wley Street, In sold VI I logo of Grayslake, Illinois, 
on Monday, March 17,- 1986 at 8:00 p.m., or as soon 
thereafter on said date as said Hearing can be reached on 
the call of matters to be heard, for the purpose of con- 
sidering a petition, for annexation of, and annexation 
agreement for the described parcels of real estate set 
forth oh the attached oxhlbits ,! A", "B" and "C", hereinaf- 
ter made a part hereof .-■ 

EXHIBIT "A" 

That part of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest 
Quarter of Section 27 and a part of Northeast 
Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 34, all in 
Township 45 North, Range 10, East of the 3rd P.M., 
described as follows: Commencing at the Northwest 
corner of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest 
Quarter of said Section 27: thence East along the Nor- 
th line thereof , a distance of 326.0 feet; thence South 
parallel with the West line of the Southeast Quarter of 
the Southwest Quarter of said Section 27, a distance 
of 880.0 feet; thence East at right angles to the last 
described line, a distance of 66.0 feet; thence South 
parallel with the West line of the Southeast Quarter of ■. 
the Southwest Quarter of said Section 27, a distance ' 
of' 480.17 feet to the centerline of Illinois Route 120; 
thence Northwesterly along said centerline, a distan- 
ce of 459.37 feet to the West line of the Southeast 
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Secllon 27; 
thence North along said West line! a distance of 
1120.26 feet to the point of beginning, containing 
10. 19 acres more or less In Lake County, Illinois. 

EXHITBIT "B" 

The North 55 feet of the East 357.5 feet of the South 
West Quarter of Section 27, Township 45 North, Range 
10, East cf the 3rd P.M., containing loss than ]50 acres 
in Lake-County, Illinois. 

EXHIBIT "C" 

The South 568.89 feet of the East 357.5 feet of the 
South East Quarter of the North West Quarter of Sec- 
tion 27, Township 45 North, Range 10, East of the 3rd 
P.M., containing 4.67 acres more or less in Lake Coun- 
ty, lltlnlos. 

Said Parcel "A" Is located along the west municipal boun- 
dary between State Route 120 and Harvey Street, Parcel 
"B" and "C" are located North of Harvey Slreet and West 
of Alleghany Road at Mitchell Drive, Lake County, lllinios. 

Said Hearing is being held pursuant to the petition of 
John Waldenstrom, Owner of Parcel "A", Thomas and 
Thalia Nelson, Owners of Parcel "B" and First Midwest 
Bank, Owner of Parcel "C", for annexation, pursuant to 
Section 11-15.1-1, ET SEQ of Chapter 24 (Cities and 
Villages) of the Illinois Revised, statutes. Copies of the 
proposed annexation agreement are on file with the 
Village Clerk, 164 Hawley Street, Groyslako, Illinois, for 
Public inspection. Upon conclusion of said Public Hearing, 
the Board of Trustees may enter into, deny, amend or 
postpone final action on said Petition to annex and ac- 
companying annexation agreement, as said Board of 
Trustees shall determine. 

Doted in Groyslako, Illinois, this 27th day of February, 
1986. : 

Village of Grayslake 

Ms. Adell Laurtn, 

Clerk 

Feb. 27,1986 
286D-243-GL 



—LEGAL- 
NOTICE TO CONDTBACTORS 

INVITATION TO BID 

WAUCONDA TOWNSHIP Of LAKE COUNTY ILLINOIS 

1. TIME AND PLACE OF OPENING BIDS: 

Sealed proposals for the construction ol a Community 
Hall Addition for Waucondo Township of Lake County, 
lllinios, will be received at the Wauconda Township Of- 
fice located at 505 Bonner Road, Waucondo, II, until 3:00 
p.m. on March 4, 1986 and at that time will be publicly 
opened and read. 

2. DESCRIPTION Of WORK: 

The proposed construction consists of approximately 959 
Sq. Ft, odditlon to the present Community Hall to provide 
washrooms to meet handicapped requirements, kitchen 
facilities and storage and work space. 

3. INSTURCTIONS TO BIDDERS: . 

All pertinent documents may be examined at the 
Wauconda Township Office or at the office of Sutter & Sut- 
ter, Architects, Ltd., 631 East Park Ave., Libertyvllle.il, 
6004 B. 

Copies of the plans, specifications, proposal, contract and 
bonds forms may be obtained form Sutter & Sutter, Ar- 
chitects, Ltd., 631 East Pork Avenue Libertyville, II, 60048, 
upon payment of $50.00, non-refundable. 

A. Not less than the prevailing minimum rate of 
wages as found by the county of Lake, or the Deport- 
ment of Labor, or determined by the court on revelw 
shatl be paid to all laborers, workmen and mechanics 
performing work under this contract. 

-B. QUOTE: As this construction protect is to be 
Federally Funded, all Labor Standards and Equal Op- 
portunity Regulations will be enforced. 

C. The Contractor for this project will be »»?,"'»?</ '° 
comply, to the greatest extent feoslble, with all Sec- 
lion "3" regulations pertaining to provisions of op- 
portunity for training and employment to lower in- 
come residents of the project area and to the 
provision that contracts for work In connection with 
the project be awarded to business concerns located 
in or owned is substantial part by persons residing in 
the area of the project. UNQUOTE 

D. All proposals must be accompanied by a bidders 
bond, certified check. Bank Cashier's Check or Bank 
Draft payable to Wauconda Township, for 10/. ot the 
total amount of the bid as provided In the Instructions 
to bidders. 



*. REJECTION Off BIDS; 

The Wauconda Township Board of Trustees reserves the 
right to reject any or. all propsdls and to waive 
technicalities, .-Unless the bids are rejected for good- 
cause, -award of contract shall be made to the lowest 
responsible and qualified bidder. ' 

Dated at Wauconda, II, this 10th day of Feb. 1986. 

Stanley G. Smith, 
Wauconda Township Clerk 

Feb. 20, 27, 1986 
286C-204-WL 



—LEGAL— 



TO: Chicago Title Insurance Co. r Trustee, TR NO. 60512, 
record owner; Jack M. Freund, last assessee; "Unknown 
Owners"; other interested parties; and Linda Hess, 
County Clerk: 

COUNTY Off LAKE, 
SI ATI OF ILLINOIS 

Date Premises Sold: Dec. 12, 1983. 

Index Number: 05-09-400-064. 

Sold For General Taxes For The Year: 1982 and prior 

years. 

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD 
FOR DELINQUENT TAXES 

Property located 16 Covington Rd„ Fox Lake. II. 

Legal Description: Beginning at a point 352.89 feet 
W of a point 2179.2 feet S of NW corner of SE quarter 
of the NE quarter of Sec. 9, Twp. 45 N, Range 9, E of 
the 3rd P.M., thence W 50 feet; thence N 81 feet; th E 
50 feet; thence S 81 feet to the place of beginning, in 
Lake County, ll. 

This notice is to advise you that the above property has 
been sold for delinquent taxes and that the period of 
redemption form the sale, as extended, will expire on 
June 16, 1986. 

This notice is also to advise you that a petition has been 
filed for a lox deed which will transfer title and the right 
to possession of this property if redemption is not made 
on or before June 1 6, 1 986, 

This matter is set for hearing In the Circuit Court of this 
County In Waukegan, lllinios, on June 20, 1986, 1 :30 p.m. 
in Case No. 83 TX 46. 

You may be present at this hearing, but your right to 
redeem will already have expired at that time. 

YOU ARE URGED TO REDEEM IMMEDIATELY 
TO PREVENT LOSS OF PROPERTY 

Redemption can be made at any time on or before June 
16, 1986 by applying to the County Clerk of Lake County. 
Illinois, at the County Courthouse in Waukegan, Illinois. 

Jack Livingston 
Purchaser 

Warren C. Behr 
Attorney at Law 
23 N.Genesee St. 
Waukegan, 11,60085 
(312)336-1800 

Feb. 13,20, 

&27, 1986 

286B-192-FL 



—LEGAL— 

Notice ts hereby given that the FSBRL Bank, Round 
Lake, II has mode application to the Federal Deposit In- 
surance Corporation, Washington, D.C. 20429, for Its 
written consent to merge with the First State Bank of 
Round Lake, Round Lake, II. 

This notice is published pursuant to Section 18(c) of the 
Federal Deposit Insurance Act. 

Any person wishing to comment on this application 
moy file his/her comments In writing with the Regional 
Director of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation at 
Its Regional Office, 30 South Wacker Drive, Suite 3100, 
Chicago, II 60606. If. any person desires to protest the 
granting of this application, such person has a right to do 
so if the protest is filed with the Regional Director by 
February 25, 1986. The nonconfidential portions of the ap- 
plication are on file In the Regional Office as part of the 
public file maintained by the Corporation. This file is 
available for public Inspection during regular business 
hours. 



Februarys, 1986 



-LEGAL- 
NOTICE OF 
PUBLIC HEARING 

ON ROAD 
DISTRICT BUDGET 

Notice is hereby given 
that a Tentative Budget 
and Appropriation Or- 
dinance for road purposes 
of the Lake Villa Township 
Road, in the county of 
Lake, state of Illinois, for 
the fiscal year beginning 
April 1,1986, and ending. 
March 31, 1987,'wlll be. on 
file and conveniently 
available to public in- 
spection at Lake Villa 
Township Office, 37908 N.. 
Fairfield -Road from and 
after 9 o'clock A.M.,, 



FSBRL Bank 

Avilon & Goodnow Blvds. 

First State Bank of Round Lake 

Avilon & Goodnow Blvds. 

Feb. 13,20 

& 27, March 6 

. & 13, 1986 

2B6B-201-RL 

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Tuesday,' February 25, 

1986. 

Notice is further given 
hereby that a public 
hearing on said Budget 
and Appropriation Or- 
- dinance wl!lr"e- -held at 7 
o'clock P.Mv,' Tuesday, 
March 25th, 1986, at 
Township Office in this 
Lake Villa .Township Road 
and that final hearing and 
action on this ordinance 
will be taken at a meeting 
to be held at 37908 N. 
Fairfield Road, Lake Villa 
bt 7 o'clock P.M.? Tuesday 
March 25, 1986. 

Susan C. Hanson, . 
Clerk 

Feb. 27, 1986 
li 286D-237-LV 



— LEGAL— 
NOTICE OF LETTING 

(1) Sealed proposals will be received In the office of the 
Village Clerk, 301 South Route 59,-Fox Lake, Illinois, until 
10:00 A.M., March 18, 1986. for the ERNEST AVENUE IRON 
REMOVAL BACKWASH DRAIN - SANITARY SEWER 
CONNECTION. 

(2) Proposals shall be submitted on the form furnished by 
the Owner which may be obtained at the offices listed 
below: 

Village Clerk 
Village of Fox Lake 
301 South Route 59 . 
Fox Lake, Illinois, 60020 

n or at 

Morris Environmental Engineering, Inc. 

1403 North Main Street, Suite 301 

Wheaton, Illinois, 60187 

(312/690-0770) 

and shall be enclosed In an envelope endorsed "BID 
PROPOSAL ERNEST AVENUE BACKWASH DRAIN - 
SANITARY SEWER CONNECTION." 

(3) A fifteen ($15.00) dollar non-refundable deposit, 
payable to Morris Environmental Engineering, Inc., Is 
required for the' plans and specifications. Plans and 
specifications will not be mailed. 

(4) The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals 
and to waive technicalities. Proposal guarantee payable 
to the Treasurer ot the Village ot Fox Lake, Illinois, In the 
amount of not less than 5% of the bid will be required; a 
bid bond will be accepted. A surety bond for the full 
amount of the award will be required. Failure on the part 
of the Contractor to complete the Improvements within 
the time specified, or failure to do the work as specified 
herein, will be considered just cause to forfeit his surety 
as provided in Division I, Section 8-12 of the STANDARD 
SPECIFICATIONS FOR WATER AND SEWER MAIN CON- 
STRUCTION IN ILLINOIS, third edition. 

Matthew TIerney, 
Village Clerk 

Feb. 27, 1986 
286D-240-FL 



—LEGAL- 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTYOFLAKE.it 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
FOR THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE 
COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

IN THE MATTER OF THE 
PETITION Surachana 
Hompoungploo and 
Surata Hompoungploo, 
for CHANGE OF NAME. 

NOTICE OF 
PUBLICATION 

Public notice is hereby 
given that oh March 31, 
1986, being one of the 
return days In the Circuit 
Court of the County of 
Lake. I will file my Petition 
in said Court praying for 
the change of my name 
from Surachana Hom- 
poungploo and Suraso 
Hompoungploo to that of 
Surachana Gallaugher and 
Suraso Gallaugher, 
pucsuant to the Statute in 
such case made and 
Provided. 

Dated at Grayslake, 
Illinois, Feb. 6, 1986. 

G. Gallaugher 

Feb. 13, 20, 

& 27, 1986 

' 286B-191-GL 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Mid- 
west Suburban Design. 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS- TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: 27713 W. 
Groveland, Spring Grove, 
II.. 60081; 7121 Concord 
Circle, Fox Lake, II., 60020. 

NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESSES) OF THE PER- 
SON (S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: 
Ronald G. Koch, 27713 W. 
Groveland, Spring Grove, 
II., 60081 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE,u 

This is to certify that, the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
location(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
hame(s) of' the person(s) 
owning, conducting . or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 



Ronald G. 
2-21-86 



Koch 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.* % 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending 
to conduct the business 
this February 21, 1986. 

- Teresa G. Lewis, 

Deputy County Clerk 

Commission Expires, 

12-1-86 

RECEIVED: Feb. 21, 1986 

Linda lanuzt Hess, 

Lake County Clerk 

Feb. 27, March 6, 

S13, 1986 

286D-234-FL 



—LEGAL— 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
Or THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

PROBATE DIVISION 

In the Matter of the 
Estate of HARtfY J. 
KOZIOL, Deceased. 

No.86P121 

NOTICE 

FOR PUBLICATION 

CLAIMS 

Notice is hereby given of 
the death of HARRY J. 
KOZIOL, of Antioch, 
Illinois. Letters of office 
were issued on Feb. 7, 
1986, to Cathy Ann Koziol, 
43098 N. Hunt Club Road, 
Antioch, II., 60002 whose 
attorney is Andrew C. Lyn- 
ch, 875 Main Street, An- 
tioch, II., 60002. 

Claims against the 
estate may be filed in the 
office of the Clerk of the 
Court at 18 N. County 
Street, Waukegan, II,, 
60085 or with the 
representative, or both, 
idt.hln 6 months from the 
'of issuance of letters 
'any claim not filed 
wwiin the period Is 
barred. Copies of a claim 

fil|| with the clerk mos < 

'nailed or delivered to 

tfygfepresenfative and to 

tbwBttorney within 10 days 

It has been filed. 

Feb. 18,1986. 

Cathy Ann Koziol, 
Representative 

Andrew C. Lynch, 
Attorney 

Feb. 20, 27. 

& March 6, 1986 

286C-221-AR 



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ASSUMED IUSINESS 
NAME CEtTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS:' 
Lakeland Office Services. 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: P.O. Box 
6031 . Lindenhurst, II 60046. 

NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESS(ES) OF THE PER- 
SON(S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: Carol 
Parker, P.O. Box 6031, Lin- 
denhurst, II 60046. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE,!* 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
location(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 

Carol Parker 
1-31-86 

Susan Genet 
1-31-86 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE,» 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledge before me by 
the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
Jan. 31, 1986. 

Paul Yurs 
Notary Public 

RECEIVED: Feb. 10, 1986 
■Linda lanuzi Hess 
Lake County Clerk 

' Feb. 20, 27, 
Mar. 6,1986 
286C-205-LV 



—LEGAL- 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
IN THE CIRCUIT 
OF THE 1«TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY— 
IN PROBATE 

In the Malter of the Estate 
of JEAN THERESA MUMEN- 
THALER, Deceased. 

NO.86P-103 

CLAIM NOTICE 

Notice is given of the 
death of JEAN THERESA 
MUMENTHALER, of Round 
Lake, Illinois. Letters of of- 
fice were issued ' on 
January 31. 1986, to 
William Mumenlhaler and 
Patricia J. Zupec, 3413 
Grove Ave., Waukegan, 
Illinois. 60085, whose at- 
torney is Churchill. 
Boumgartner & Phillips, 
Ltd.. P.O. Box 284, 
Grayslake, Illinois, 60030. 

Claims against the 

estate may be filed in the 

office of the Clerk of the 

Court at IBNorthCounty 

Street, Lake County Cour- 

ihouse, Waukegan, 

Illinois, 60085 or with 

representative, or both, 

within 6 months from the 

date of issuance of letters 

and any claim not filed 

within that period is 

barred. Copies of a claim 

filed with the Clerk must 

be mailed or delivered to 

the representative and to 

the attorney within 10 days 

after it has been filed. 

William Mumenthaler and 
Palricia J. Zupek 
Representative 

JohnT. Phillips, 
Attorney 

Feb. 20, 27 

fi March 6, 1986 

286C ■??* °X 



—LEGAL- 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE,** 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 
LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

THE-STATE BANK OF AN- 
TIOCH, an Illinois Banking 
Corporation, Plaintiff, 

v.s. 



AUDREY J. WAYLANDER. 
DANIEL L. WAYLANDER, 
and UNKNOWN OWNERS. 
Defendants. 

GENERAL NO. 86CH106 

-PUBLICATION NOTICE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN TO YOU, DANIEL L. 
"WAYLANDER AND 

UNKNOWN OWNERS, that 
suit entitled as above has 
been commenced and Is 
now pending against you 
and other Defendants 
where Plaintiff seeks 
foreclosure of a mortgage 
regarding the premises 
legally described as 
follows: 

Lot 2 In Block 3 in 
Village Green, being a 
Subdivision of part of 
the East Vi of the North 
East V* of Section 8, 
Township 46 North, 
Range 10, East of the 
Third Principal^ 

Meridian, according to" 
the plat thereof recor- 
ded September 20, 1962 
as Document 1162773, 
in Book 37 of Plats, 
page 48, in Lake Coun- 
ty. Illinois. 

And you are further 
notified that unless on or 
before the 31 day of.Mar- 
eh, 1986, you shall appear 
and defend in said suit, a 
default judgment may be 
entered against you on the 
following .day or thereaf- 
ter. 

Sally D, Coffelt, 

Clerk of the 

Circuit Court of 

Lake County, Illinois 

Larson, Gantar & DeMar- 

tini, Ltd., 

Attorneys for Plaintiff 

390 Lake Street 

Antioch, II 60002 

(312)395-0799 

Feb. 20, 27, 

March 6, 1986 

286C-210-AR 



—LEGAL- 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
IN THE CIRCUIT 
OF THE 1«TH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT LAKE COUNTY— 
IN PROBATE 

In the Matter of the Estate 
of BEVERLY M. ROBINSON, 
Deceased. 

No.86R119 

CLAIM NOTICE 

Notice is given of the 
death of BEVERLY M. 
ROBINSON, of Wauconda, 
Illinois. Letters of office 
were issued on February 7, 
1986, to Carl E. Robinson, 
1125 Larkdale Row, 
Wauconda, Illinois, whose 
attorney is Crystal and 
Heytow, 180 N. LaSalle, 
Ste. 1905, Chicago, II. 

Claims against the 
estate may be filed in the 
office of the Clerk of the 
Court at the Lake County 
Building. 18 N. County, 
Waukegon, Illinois or with 
representative, or both, 
within 6 months from the 
date of issuance of letters 
and any claim not filed 
within that period is 
barred. Copies of a claim 
filed with the Clerk must 
be mailed or delivered to 
the representative and to 
the attorney within 10 days 
after it has been filed. 

Carl E. Robinson 
Representative 

Peter Alfieri 
Attorney 



Feb. 20, 27, 

& March 6, 1986 

286C-209-WL 



—LEGAL— 

ANTIOCH TOWNSHIP 

Notice is hereby given that 
sealed proposals will be 
received at the office of 
Antioch Township Clerk at 
99 Route 173, Antioch, II., 
60002, until 10:00 o'clock, 
A.M., on Monday March 
10, 1986 for furnishing of 
the following material: 

One Highway Dump Truck 

Proposals shall be made 
on forms furnished by the 
Township H lighwoy 



Commissioner, .and' shall 
be addressed in a sealed 
envelope to: Mark Ring c/o 
Richard Harland, Antioch 
Township Clerk, 99 Route. 
173, Antioch, ll 60002 and 
shall be marked "Equip- 
ment Proposal ■ Letting of 
March 10, 1986 Antioch 
Township". Further. In- 
formation regarding the 
letting may be obtained by 
contacting the Highway 
Commissioner at (312} 395- 
2070. The Township in 
accordance with the laws 
of the State of Illinois 
hereby notifies all .bidders 
that ,it will affirmatively 
insure that the contract" 
entered into pursuant to 
this advertisement will be 
awarded to the lowest 
responsible bidder without 
discrimination on the 
ground of race, color or 
national origin. 

. By Order of 

Mark Ring, 

Antioch Township, 

Highway Commissioner 

Feb. 27, 1986 
286D-239-AR 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE , 

NAME OF BUSINESS; Seal 
Sytems. 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE CON- 
DUCTED OR TRANSACTED 
IN THIS COUNTY: 33055 N. 
Hiqhway 45, Grayslake, II. 
60030. 

NAME(S) AND POST OF- 
FICE OR RESIDENCE AD- 
DRESSES) OF THE PER- 
SON(S) OWNING, CON- 
DUCTING OR TRAN- 
SACTING BUSINESS: 
William R. Roberts, 18583 
W. Main St., Gages Lake, 
11,60030 

STATE OF ILLINOIS . 
COUNTY OF LAKE.il 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned Intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
location(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 

William Roberts 
2/10/86 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE.u 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before my 
by the person(s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this 2/10/86. 

Kerry Schroeder 
Deputy County Clerk 

RECEIVED: Feb. 10, 1986 
Linda lanuzi Hess 

feb. 13, 20, 

& 27. 1986 

286B-200-GL 



—LEGAL— 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE ItTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS 

PROBATE DIVISION 

Estate of JULIUS E. 
EPSTEIN, Deceased. 

No. 85P-239 

LETTERS OF 
OFFICE- 
DECEDENT'S ESTATE 

Daniel N. Epstein, has 
been appointed In- 
dependent Executor of the 
(Pate of JULIUS E. EPSTEIN 
deceased, who died March 
6, 1984 and is authorized to 
take posession of and 
collect the estate of the 
decedant, and do all acts 
required of him by law, 

WITNESS, April 10, 1984. 

Sally D. Coffelt, 
Clerk of Court 

CERTIFICATE 

I certify that this is a 
.copy of the letters of office 
now in force in this estate, 

April 10, 1984 

Sally D". Coffelt, 

Clerk of Court 

By Julie Higgens, 
Deputy 

. Feb. 13,20, 

& 27, 1986 

286B-190-GL 



Smoker Utilizes Fat 
More Than Non-Smoker 



Question -Every time I stop smoking I 
gain weight. Is there a connection between 
diet and smoking? 

Answer - We are finally able to answer the 
question of the diet and smoking connection. 
In the last few years, research has demon- 
strated two involved factors. 

A steady, consistent smoker appears to 
utilize fat faster than a non-smoker.- 
Therefore; when a smoker changes to non- 
smoking, they must also change their diet to 
a lower fat content. The dietary fat intake is 
often not altered and the total daily calorie 
intake is often increased. 



Pat D's 
Nutrition 




Today fWf 

Pat DeAngelis is a nutrition consultant 
to American International Hospital, Zion. 
Readers with questions about the food 
and liquid they consume are invited to ad- 
; : . dress questions to Pat D's Nutrition To- 
day, Lakeland Newspapers,. P.O. Box 268, 
-Grayslake, 111.60030. -_^_ 



Statistics now show an average weight 
gain of 15 to 20 pound? when a smoker 
becomes a serious non-smoker. Severe 
cravings for a cigarette when a person 
decides to eliminate smoking are increased 
by the sudden decrease in blood nicotine 
level. 

It has been said that rapid nicotine 
depletion can be altered by providing a high 
alkaline diet. A high alkaline diet em- 



phasizes fruits and vegetables. 

Foods, such as meat, grains, nuts, and 
dairy products produce an acid-ash after the 
digestion process and speeds up the 
elimination of nicotine from the body. 
Nicotine is eliminated three times faster on a 
high acid diet than a high alkaline diet. 

Slowing down nicotine elimination ob- 
vioiusly is not a guarantee to successful with- 
drawal from nicotine addicition, however, 
preventing severe physical cravings can aid 
greatly in developing intelligent habit 
changes techniques. Some health profession- 
sis have added supplemental alkalizing 
agents to their stop-smoking programs. 

In order to prevent weight gain after 
making the habit change, plan your meals 
around high vegetable (non-starchy type), 
high fiber (whole grain breads, cereals, and 
grains), moderate fruit, moderate protein 
(low fat meat and dairy products) and low 
fat (eliminate fried foods, limited butter, 
cheese, mayonnaise, and ice cream) . 

Chocolate and refined sugar products can 
also become addictive and certainly are high 
calorie items that can contribute to weight 
gain. 

Part of the habit of smoking includes using 
your hands. Often food becomes a 
replacement for cigarettes and is greatly in- 
creased while changing habits. 

If the increased food intake is in the form 
of vegetables, low fat nuts, and seeds,- low 
sugar fruit, and activity expenditure is in- 
creased, the weight gain, if any at all, will be 
minimal. 

Increasing your water intake, too, at least 
six 8 oz. glasses daily, will help flush out 
toxins, gradually eliminating undesirable 
nicotine, and help curb your appetite to aid in 
weight control. 



Medical Center Adds 
2nd Birthing Room 



Construction is underway 
at SI. Therese Medical 
Center in Waukegan on a 
second birthing room. Ac- 
cording to Linda Geisler, 
assistant director of nursing, 
the popularity of the original 
birthing room resulted in a 
need for the addition. 

Expectant parents can 
experience the complete 
birth process, from labor to 
recovery, in the privacy and 
comfort of a cheerfully- 
decorated birthing room at 
St. Therese. There is no need 
to move from room to room 
as in the traditional labor 
and delivery setting. 

The home- like decor of the 



special rooms include white 
Priscilla window curtains 
and soft blue ruffled bed- 
spread with matching rocker 
cushion, which were made 
by a medical center 
seamstress. All the fur- 
niture, including the special 
birthing bed, is wooded. The 
relaxing and peacefule al- 
mbshere of the room is 
complimented by delicately- 
paltcrncd wallpaper and 
floor covering. 

In the birthing room, the 
father can participate in the 
labor and delivery and ex- 
perience the bonding process 
from the moment of birth by 
touching and holding the 



newborn. 

A sibling room is also 
being added which will 
permit brothers -and sisters 
to visit with the mother and 
new infant in a safe en- 
vironment instead of waiting 
until mom comes home. 

The new additions are 
expected to be completed by 
the first week of March. 

Expectant parents will 
find that classes to prepare 
them for the birth of their 
child are offered throughout 
the year at St. Therese 
Medical Center. For more 
information, contact the 
obstetrics department at 
(312)360-2610. 



Schedule Meat Seminar 



Lake County residents are 
invited to attend a free 
seminar on "Managing Your 
Meat Dollars" on Saturday, 
March 1, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. 
at the Waukegan Public 
Library, 128 N. County St. 

The program will feature 
Joe Struder, co-owner of 
Harry Hansen Meat Service 
of Franksville, Wis., who 
will discuss how to buy beef, 
and Linda Stoxen of the 
Illinois Beef Auxiliary 
Board, who will demonstrate 
how to cook beef. Those at- 
tending will get to taste a 
new vacuum sealed beef 
roast developed by the 
University of Illinois and the 
Illinois Beef Council. The 
roast, which will be 
available to consumers, can 
be heated in the oven or 
microwave and will keep, 
unopened, in the refrigerator 
for two months. Stoxen and 
Struder will give tips on how 
to use leaner beef now ap- 
pearing in markets. 

Door prizes will be awar- 
ded at the conclusion of the 



program. 

The seminar is being spon- 
sored jointly by the Lake 
County Cooperative" Ex- 
tension Service and the 



Farm Bureau Woman's 
Committee. For more in- 
formation, or to pre-register, 
call Barbara Dahl at (312) 
223-8627. 



Scholarships 
Available At CLC 



The Financial Aid Office 
at the College of Lake Coun- 
ty, Grayslake, announces 
that scholarships are now 
available. Part-time studen- 
ts who attend CLC and work 
at the same time may apply 
by Feb. 28 for scholarships to 
be awarded this spring. 

The Illinois Sheriff's Assn. 
will award $500 scholarships 
to full-time students. Ap- 
plication deadline is March 
1. 

The Jackie Dungan 
Memorial Scholarship is a 
$500 scholarship for a 
student beginning a cer- 
tificate or degree program 
who has already completed 
one of the following: adult 



basic education, GED, 
English as a second 
language, or the Skill Enhan- 
cement Program. Deadline 
for submitting an ap- 
plication is March 5. 

Applications and- in- 
formation is available at the 
college Financial Aid Office, 
phone (312) 223-3610. 

Seek Photo Ideas 

If your club or 
organization is planning a 
special event that lends itself 
to photo coverage, caH the 
Lakeland Newspaper 
editorial dept. at (312) 223- 
8161 to arrange 
photographer. 



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2/27/86 

6:30PM O — College Bas- 
ketball: lllinoi* at 
Purdue 

SATURDAY 

3/1/86 

12:00PM O — Skiing: 
World Champion- 
ships World 
Championship 
Skiing from 
Ttgnes, France. 
(60 min.) 
O O — College 
Batkotball: 
North Carolina 
State at Okla- 
homa or LSU at 
Kentucky 



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Basketball: Bos- 
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JO — College 
Basketball: De- 
Paul at UCLA 

O © — P' o Bow- 
lers' Tour: Lite 
Beer Champion- 
ship Coverage of 
the $150,000 
Lile Beer Cham- 
pionship from 
Red Carpet Ce- 
lebrity Lanes in 
Milwaukee. Wt. 
(90 min.) 

3:00PM O O — College 
Basketball: Illi- 
nois at Georgia 
Tech 

3:30PM O IB — Wide 
World of Sports 

4:00PM O — Golf: Honda 
Classic Coverage 
from Tourna- 
ment Players 
Club Eagle Trace 
in Coral Springs. 
Fla. (60 min.) 

SUNDAY 
3/2/86 

11:00AM O O — College 
Basketball: Iowa 
at Indiana 

12:00PM O O — College 
Basketball: 
North Carolina at 
Duke 

1:00PM O O — NBA 

Basketball: Mil- 
waukee at Wash- 
ington or Detroit 
at Boston 

8 — Volleyball 

2:00PM O — Sport- 
iWorfd: Sports 

Fantasies Fans 
live out their 
sports dreams in 
real-life competi- 
tive situations. 
(60 min.) 
O — ABC Sports: 
Budwelser Pro- 
fessional Boxing 
3:00PM O O — Golf: 
Honda Clastic 
Coverage from 
Tournament 
Players Club Ea- 
gle Trace in Coral 
Springs, Fla. (2 
hrs.) 

O €B — ABC's 
Wide World of 
Sports 

3:30PM O O — CBS 
Sports Sunday 

10:25PM O — Sports Sun- 
10:30PM O — Sports Final 

11:15PM Q — Sports 
Machine 

WEDNESDAY 

3/5/B6 

6:30PM © — NBA Basket- 
ball: Chicago at 
Boston 



THURSDAY 
2/27/B6 

5:00PM [HBO] — 'Harry 

and Son' A father 
and son try to sal- 
vage their rela- 
tionship. Paul 
Newman. Robby 
Benson, Joanne 
Woodward. 1984. 
Rated PG. 

7:00PM [HBO] — "Empire 
Strikes Back' 
(CC) While Han 
Solo and Princess 
Leia enlist the 
help of Lando 
Calrissian to bat- 
tle the evil em- 
pire, Luke Sky- 
walker is In- 
structed by the 
mystical Jedi 
teacher Yoda. 
Mark Hamill, Har- 
rison Ford, Carrie 
Fisher. 1980. 
Rated PG. 

8:00PM O O — 'Kojak: 
The Belarus File' 
Kojak encounters 
federal road- 
blocks while in- 
vestigating the 
murders of sev- 
eral elderly Rus- 
sian emigres in 
New York. Telly 
Savalas, Suzanne 
Pleshette. Max 
Von Sydow. 

1985. 

10:30PM ID — 'Copaca- 

bana' Laughter, 
song and dance 
abound at the fa- 
mous Copaca- 
bana. Groucho 
Marx, Carmen 
Miranda. 1947. 

[HBOl - Mis- 
chief (CC) A nerd 
with a hopeless 
crush on a popu- 
lar girl gets les- 
sons in being 
cool. Doug 

McKeon, Chris 
Nash. Rated R. 

11:30PM O — 'The Rltz' 
The owner of a 
sanitation com- 
pany seeks re- 
fuge from his 
murderous 
brother-in-law in 
a gay bathhouse. 
Rita Moreno. 
Jack Weston, Kay 
Ballard. 1976. 

O — 'The Fugi- 
tive Kind' A 
guitar-playing 
hobo arrives in a 
Mississippi town 
and passions ex- 
plode when two 
women fall in love 
with htm. Marlon 
Brando, Anna 
Magnani, Joanne 
Woodward, 1960. 

FRIDAY 

2/28/86 

5:00PM [HBO] — 'Seems 

Like Old Times' A 
lawyer jeopar- 
dizes her hus- 
band's career by 
helping her ex- 
husband run from 
the police. Goldte 
Hawn, Chevy 
Chase, Charles 
Grodin. 1980. 
Rated PG. 
7:00PM O — 'Terror 
Train' A fratern- 
ity masquerade 
party aboard a 
chartered train 
becomes a night- 
mare when a psy- 
chopath sets out 
for murderous re- 
venge. Jamie Lee 
Curtis. Ben John- 
son, Jamie Lee 



Curtis. 1980. 

[HBO] - 'The 
Cannonball Run' 
A strange mix of 
people compete 
in a coast-to 
coast race, doing 
anything to win. 
Burt Reynolds, 
Farrah Fawcett. 
Dom DeLuise. 
1981. Rated PG. 

9:00PM [HBO] — 'Can- 
nonball Run It' 
(CC) This sequel 
features another 
collection of cra- 
zies in all sorts of 
motorized vehi- 
cles racing cross- 
country for cash. 
Many guest-star 
cameos, includ- 
ing Frank Sinatra, 
Shirley Ma- 

cLaine. Burt Rey- 
nolds. Dom De- 
Luise. 1984. 
Rated PG. 

10:55PM [HBO] — "The Evil 
That Men Do' 
(CC) An assassin 
Is called out of re- 
tirement to per- 
form one final as- 
signment. 
Charles Bronson, 
Theresa Saldana. 
1984. Rated R. 

11:00PM ID — 'Svengall' A 
teacher com- 
pletely domi- 
nates and pos- 
sesses a young 
singing student. 
John Barrymore, 
Marian Marsh, 
Donald Crisp, 
1931. 

11:30PM O — 'Spawn of 

the Sllthls' A high 
school journalism 
teacher tracks 
down an am- 
phibian creature 
that is terrorizing 
animals and hu- 
mans off the 
coast of Califor- 
nia. Alan Blan- 
chard, Judy Mo- 
tulsky, Dennis 
Lee Fait. 1979. 
O — 'Bunny Lake 
Is Missing' A 
young mother, 
just arrived from 
America, puts her 
4-year-old daugh- 
ter in a London 
day school and 
the girl vanishes. 
Laurence Olivier, 
Carole Lynley, 
Ketr . Dullea. 
1965. 

12:30AM [HBO] — The 
Mean Season' 
(CC) A Miami re- 
porter is the only 
public contact 
with a psyco- 
pathic serial mur- 
derer. Kurt Rus- 
sell, Marie) Hem- 
ingway. Richard 
Jordan. 1985. 
Rated PG. 

SATURDAY 

3/1/86 

1:00PM [HBO] — 

'Tommy' The 
rock opera by 
The Who tells the 
story 'of a deaf, 
dumb and blind 
boy who be- 
comes a modern 
messiah. Roger 
Daltrey, Jack Ni- 
cholson, Ann- 
Margret. 1975. 
Rated PG. 



ternational pop 
'star recounts his 
day when .the 
master tapes for 
his new album di- 
sappear. Paul 
McCartney, 
Ringo Starr. 

Linda McCartney. 
1984. Rated PG. 

5:00PM [HBO] — 'Without 
a Trace* When a 
small boy doesn't 
return home 
from school, his 
mother and a 
compassionate 
cop embark on a 
seemingly hope- 
less search. Judd 
Hlrsch, Kate Nel- 
ligan, Stockard 
Channing. 1983. 
Rated PG. 

7:00PM O — 'Enter the 
Nlnja' A Kung Fu 
warrior battles 
the odds to save 
a friend and de- 
fend his honor. 
Franco Nero. Su- 
san George. 
1981. 
[HBO] — The 
Killing Fields' 
(CC) An American 
journalist in Cam- 
bodia aids in the 
evacuation of a 
Vietnamese pho- 
tographer's fa- 
mily. Sam Water- 
ston, Haing S. 
Ngor, John Mai- 
kovich. 1984. 
Rated R. 

7:30PM @ — 'The Adven- 
tures of Huckle- 
berry Finn' An or- 
phaned boy has 
exciting adven- 
tures aboard a 
paddlewheeler 
going down the 
Mississippi River. 
Tony Randall, Ed- 
die Hodges, Patti 
McCormack. 
1960. 



1:30PM O — 'The Little 

Giant 1 A country 
bumpkin moves 
to Los Angeles 
and begins a rio- 
tous career as a 
vacuum cleaner 
salesman. Bud 
Abbott, Lou Cos- 
tello, Brenda 
Joyce. 1946. 
3:00PM [HBO] — 'Give My 
Regards to Broad 
Street' (CC) An in- 



8:00PM O O — Be- 
trayed by Innoc- 
ence' A married 
man Is charged 
with , statutory 
rape when it is 
discovered that 
he had a brief af- 
fair with a minor. 
Barry Bostwick, 
Lee Purcell. Cris- 
ten Kautfman, 
1986. 

10:30PM 8 — 'The Car* A 

mysterious driv- 
erless automobile 
terrorizes a small 
Utah town. 

James Brotin, 
Ronnie Cox, 

Kathleen Lloyd. 
1977. 
[HBO] — 'Richard 
Pryor Live on the 
Sunset Strip' 
Pryor's wit is pre- 
sented in this 
concert filmed at 
the Hollywood 
Palladium. Ri- 
chard Pryor, 
1982. Rated R. 
10:45PM O — 'Cold Sweat' 
A man who let a 
friend take the 
rap for a crime 
they committed 
together is now 
asked to repay 
him or risk losing 
his wife and 
daughter. 
Charles Bronson, 
Liv Ullrnann, 
James Mason. 
1974. 

11:55PM [HBO] — 'Torch- 
light' A couple's 
marriage is threa- 
tened by the hus- 
band's addiction 
to cocaine. Pa- 
mela Sue Martin. 
Steve Railsback, 
Ian McShane. 
1984. Rated R. 



fights for Its survi- 
val against a large 
trucking line. For-, 
rest Tucker, Bar- 
bara Britton. 
1955. 

SUNDAY 

3/2/86 

12:00PM O — 'Sherlock 
Holmes In Wash- 
ington' The mi-, 
crofilm of a stolen 
document is hid- 
den in a match 
box. Basil Rath- 
bone, Nigel 
Bruce, George 
Zucco. 1943. 
■ © — 'Super Seal' 
Nemo is no ordi- 
nary seal- 
working on his 
manners, driving 
cars, and spend- 
ing the night in jail 
are only a few of 
his exploits. Fos- 
ter Brooks, Ster- 
ling Hollo way. 
1971. 



1:00PM 



B — 'Beneath the 

12-Mile Reef Div- 
ers compete for 
rich but danger- 
ous sponge beds. 
Terry Moore, 
Robert, Wagner, 
Gilbert Roland. 
1953. 



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Freight* A short- 
haul railroad 



M — 'You're My 
Everything' A de- 
butante runs off 
with a dancer to 
become a star in 
Hollywood. Dan 
Dailey Jr, Anne 
Baxter. Ann Rev- 
ere. 1949. 
2:00PM © — 'It's Only 
Mo nay' A TV re- 
pairman discov- 
ers he is the long- 
lost heir to the 
fortune of an 
electronics gen- 
ius. Jerry Lewis, 
Zachary Scott, 
Joan O'Brien. 
1962. 

2:30PM [HBO] — 'Run- 
ning Brave' An 
American Indian 
strives to com- 
pete in the 1964 
Olympics as a 
runner. Robby 
Benson, Pat Hin- 
gle, Claudia Cron. 
1983. Rated PG. 

3:30PM O — 'Boys' Town' 
Story of Father 
Flanagan's Boys 
Town. Spencer 
Tracy, Mickey 
Rooney, 1938. 

4:00PM © — 'King Solo- 
mon's Treasure' 
A small crew ven- 
tures into a heav- 
ily guarded city in 
search of hidden 
treasure. David 
McCallum, Britt 
Ekland, Patrick 
McNce. 1976. 

5:00PM [HBO]- 'Max Du- 
gan Returns' A 
struggling wi- 
dow's long lost 
father appears 
with a seemingly 
endless supply of 
money to buy his 
grandkid's love. 
Jason Robards, 
Marsha Mason. 
Donald Suther- 
land. 1983. Rated 
PG. 

6:00PM © — 'Prisoners o! 
the Lost Univ- 
erse' A woman is 
captured by the 
warlord ol the 
planet Vonya and 
must be rescued. 
Kay Lenz. Ri- 
chard Hatch. 
John Saxon. 

1983. 

6:30PM Q — 'The Spy 
With a Cold Nose' 
A British counter- 
intelligence 
agent, with the 
help of a veteri- 



8:00PM 



narian, plants a 
transmitter on 
the body of a 
bulldog which is . 
to be presented 
to the Russian 
prime minister. 
Laurence Harvey, 
Daliah Lavi, 

Lionel Jeffries. 
1966. 

O — 'Out- 
rage' (CC) A 

father takes the 
law into his own 
hands after his 
daughter's brutal 
murderer is re- 
leased through a 
technicality in 
the law. Beau 
Bridges. Robert 
Preston. Mel Fer- 
rer. 1986. 



— '48 Hrs.* 
(CC) A convict is 
released from pri- 
son for 48 hours 
to help the police 
catch two killers. 
Eddie Murphy, 
Nick Nolle, 

James Remar. 
1983. (R). 
O © — 'Accept- 
able Risks' (CC) 
An American city 
faces devastation 
when a chemical 
plant leak threa- 
tens to create a 
deadly environ- 
mental cat as-, 
trophe. Cicely Ty- 
son, Brian Den- 
nehy. Kenneth 
McMillan. 1986. 
10:00PM [HBO] — 'The 
Aviator 1 A mail 
plane pilot and 
his teenage pas- 
senger crashland 
in a mountain 
wilderness. Chris- 
topher Reeve, 
Rosanna Ar- 

quettc. Jack War- 
den. 1985. Rated 
PG 

MONDAY 

3/3/86 

7:00PM [HBO] — 'The In- 
Laws' A mild- 
mannered den- 
tist becomes an 
unwilling cohort 
in crime with his 
soon-to-be in- 
law. Peter Falk, 
Alan Arkin, Ri- 
chard Libertini. 
1979. Rated PG. 



7:30PM © — 'Stalag 17' 
During World War 
II. American G.l.'s 
in a German pri- 
son camp' beat 
their cynical ser- 
geant unmerci- 
fully because 
they think he is a 
spy. William Hoi- 
den. Otto Prem- 
inger, Don Taylor, 
1953. 

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I — 'Diary of 

a Perfect Murder* 
A father- 

daughter attor- 
ney team de- 
fends a TV 
journalist ac- 
cused of his ex- 
wife's murder. 
Andy Griffith, Lori 
Lethin, Steve In- 
wood. 1986. 

O © - 'The 
Children of 

Times Square' 
(CC) A teenage 
runaway be- 
comes part of a 
highly organized 
band of young 
drug dealers. Ho- 
ward E. Rollins, 
Jr., Joanna Cas- 
sidy. Brandon 
Douglas. 1986. 

9:00PM [HBO] — 'Passage 

to India' (CC) A 
young woman 
and an Indian 
doctor defy 

Indian customs 
and the ramifica- 



tions lead to tur- 
moil/ Judy Davis, 
Peggy Ashcroft, 
Alec Guinness. 
1984. Rated PG. 

TUESDAY 

3/4/86 

8:00PM O O - A 
Deadly Business' 
(CC) An ex- 
convict working 
undercover for 
the FBI exposes 
corrupt business 
dealings in Ihe 
handing of lethal 
toxic wastes. Alan 
Arkin, ArmandAs- 
sante, Michael 
Learned. 1986. 

O 8 — 'Stin- 
gray' A myster- 
ious loner with a 
Corvette Stingray 
battles the ruth- 
less head of the 
Mexican under- 
world. Nick Man- 
cuso, Susan 

Blakely. Robyn 
Douglass, 1985. 
(R). 

J:30PM [HBO] — 'Moscow 
on the Hudson' 
(CC) A Russian 
circus musician 
defects to the 
United States 
and settles in 
New York after 
being saved from 
the KGB by a 
store security 
guard. Robin Wil- 
liams, Maria Con- 
chita Alonso, 
Cteavant Der- 
ricks. 19B4. 
Rated R. 

WEDNESDAY 

3/5/86 

7:00PM 8 — 'Valley Girl* 
When a prom- 
queen candidate 
starts dating a 
punk-rocker, her 
friends try to dis- 
suade her. Nicho- 
las Cage. Fred- 
eric Forrest, Col- 
leen Camp. 1983. 

8:00PM [HBO] — 'The 
Killing Fields' 
(CC) An American 
journalist in Cam- 
bodia aids in the 
evacuation of a 
Vietnamese pho- 
tographer's fa- 
mily. Sam Water- 
ston, Haing S. 
Ngor, John Mai- 
kovich. 1984. 
Rated R. 

10:30PM 8 — 'You Can't 
Run Away From 
It' An abducted 
heiress meets a 
reporter who 
tries to get her 
back to her hus- 
band. June Ally- 
son, Jack Lem- 
mon, Jim Backus. 
1956. 
[HBO] - 'Choose 
Me' A lovelorn ex- 
hooker makes 
daily calls to a ra- 
dio talk-show 
host who unk- 
nowingly answers 
the hooker's ad 
tor a roommate. 



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There is much confusion 
today about the need for ad- 
ditional health care in- 
surance for people eligible 
for Medicare. The media is 
constantly bombarding 
those over 55 with dire 
predictions of catastrophic 
consequences if additional 
health insurance is not 
carried. 

The wise consumer is right 
to question, "is additional in- 
surance necessary?" and if 
so, what kind and how 
much? How do you compare 
insurance benefits? 

Ron Hinkle, field represen- 



tative for the Waukegan 
Social Security Ad- 
ministration office, will 
speak on "Selecting Health 
Care Options for People on 
Medicare," from 7 to 9 p.m., 
on Thursday, March 6 at the 
Lake County Cooperative 
Extension Auditorium, Rte. 
45, Grays lake. 

Hinkle will discuss health 
care options and how to 
choose a system that meets 
specific needs. He will also 
cover obtaining a second 
opinion, outpatient or in- 
patient surgery, par- 
ticipating or non- 



participating professionals 
and facilities and assign- 
ment or non-assignment. 
The presentation will be in- 
formal and questions will be 
welcome. 

This free program is being 
sponsored by the Lake Coun- 
ty Cooperative Extension 
Service. For more in- 
formation, or to pre-register, 
call (312) 2234627. 

Cooperative Extension 
programs are open to all 
regardless of race, creed, 
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Girls, Mundelein, has been Honor Society and "Har- 
notified by the National binger" staff. 
Merit Scholarship Program Mary Frances, the 
that Cynthia Tarkowski and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Mary Frances Utley haye William Utley, of Grayslake, 
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Wauconda, Tarkowski has 
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Eight-year-old Jimmy Schmehl who attends Grass Lake School, and Andrew, his 
little buddy, are practically inseparable. The golden retriever/beagle mix puppy 
was born while Jimmy was watching the Bears' football play-off. He was the last 
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tation week. New students 
were introduced to the 
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determine their individual 
standing in Shimer's 
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of a course through 
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by JOHNSTEINKE 
(Political Columnist) 
Dist. 4 County Board Rep. 

) onna-M ae Litwiler of 



Inglestde is competing with 
Wauconda Village Clerk 
Venita L. McConnel for Lake 
County Clerk in the March 18 



primary. The GOP winner 
will oppose Democratic in- 
cumbent Linda Hess in the 
Nov. 6 general election. 



[New DOE Fuel Poet 
To Save 




Commonwealth Edison 
customers will save ap- 
proximately $50 million un- 
der a commitment the com- 
pany has signed with the 
U.S. Dept. of Energy (DOE). 
Under terms of the 
agreement, Edison will pur- 
chase the remaining 30 per- 
cent of its uranium fuel 
enrichment services 
requirements from 1991 
through 1995 from DOE. 

In July 1984, Edison con- 
tracted with DOE for the 
supply of 70 percent of the 
company's requirements 
through 2014 at a savings to 
Edison customers of more 



than $1 billion. The company 
later agreed to purchase the 
remaining 30 percent for the 
period 1987 through 1990. 

„ The commitment means 
all of Edison's enrichment 
requirements will be 
produced in the United 
States - from 1987 throdgh 
1995. The commitment 
covers all of Edison's 
nuclear units-nine presently 
in operation and three that 
will be in operation by 1988. 

The $50 million savings 
represents the difference 
between the costs Edison ex- 
pects to incur as a result of 



the new agreement and 
those the company would 
have incurred under the 
utility services contract 
signed in 1984. The new com- 
mitment came in response to 
a proposal by DOE and 
followed competitive bid- 
ding. 

Edison is also eligible for 
additional savings, 
estimated at $4 million, 
through DOE's elimination 
of a previous charge for 
processing additional 
uranium which, in turn, 
produced additional waste 
materials. 



Litwiler has disputed 
Lakeland Newspapers' 
claim- that she has been an 
ineffectual member of the 
Lake County Board, serving 
as a political tool of Sheriff 
Robert H. "Mickey" Bab- 
cox. 

Mrs. Litwiler conceded 
that she was a low profiled 
member at the regular coun- 
ty board sessions. She con- 
tended that she was active in 
the county board committee 
meetings where the 
legislation is drafted. 

County Board Dist. 4 in- 
cludes Antioch, Avon, Grant 
and Lake Villa Twps. In- 
cumbent Norm Geary of 



Grayslake is the dean of the 
Dist. 4 Representatives with 
21-years of service on the 
county board. Geary was 
chairman from 1976-78. He 
evaluated Litwiler's "per- 
formance. In an exclusive 
statement to Lakeland 
Newspapers, Geary ob- 
served: ''Litwiler's County 
Board record is terrible. She 
has yet to be to a meeting on 
time. If she is elected Lake 
County Clerk, she will have 
to hire someone to run the of- 
fice," - 

Dist. 4 Rep. Donna-Mae 
Litwiler responded to 
Geary's allegations in a 
discussion with Lakeland 



Newspapers. Litwiler ad- 
mitted: "Yes, maybe, quite 
a few times, I'm late for 
committee meetings. But 
I'm usually in the (cour- 
thouse) building. I may get 
tied up with telephone calls. 
As a County Board member, 
my record speaks for itself. I 
have a stack of letters from 
constituents praising my 
performance." Litwiler also 
asserted that Dist. 4 Rep. 
Norm. Geary was an 
abrasive personality, who 
had alienated most of the 
county board members. She 
concluded: "Nobody makes 
him happy. He eventually 
takes off after everyone." 



Program Aids Businesses 



laboratories Receive Award 



The laboratory at the St. 
Theresa Medical Center, 
Waukegan, and the 
laboratory at the St. Theresa 
Area Trauma Satellite, Lake 
Villa, have been awarded a 
two-year accreditation by 
the Commission on 
Laboratory Accreditation of 
the College of American 
Pathologists (CAP), based 
on results of a recent* on-site 
inspection. 

John K. Duckworth, MD, 
FCAP, chairman of the com- 
mission, advised Himani 
Dalia, MD, laboratory. direc- 
tor, of this .national 
recognition and 

congratulated her and her 
staff on the "excellence of 
services you are providing 
patients and their 
physicians." 

The St. Theresa Medical 
Center and St. Theresa Area 
Trauma Satellite are part of 
3,600 CAP-accredit'ed 
laboratories nationwide. 

Begun in the early 1960s, 
the college's program was 
the first peer-review 
program for clinical 
laboratory accreditation. 
Even before government 
agencies mandated it, 
pathologists voluntarily 
were inspecting and ac- 
crediting laboratories to 
maintain the highest quality 
laboratories possible. 

Today the CAP 
Laboratory Accreditation 



Program is one of the few 
recognized by the federal 
government as requiring 
adherence to standards 
equal to or more stringent 
than the government's own. 
The inspection itself is one of 
the most rigorous a 
laboratory can experience 
and may require up to a year 
of advance preparation by 
the laboratory staff. 

The program uses unpaid 
but well-qualified volunteer 
pathologists, doctoral scien- 
tists, medical technologists, 
and pathology residents 
from college-accredited 
laboratories to inspect and 
evaluate laboratory services 



and provide unbiased con- 
sulting services to the 
laboratory. Each inspection 
team is headed by a board- 
certified pathologist with 
specialized training in the in- 
spection process. 

The inspectors examine 
the records and quality con- 
trol of the laboratory for the 
preceding two years, as well 
as the education and 
qualifications of the total 
staff, the adequacy of ,the 
facilities, the equipment, 
laboratory safety and 
laboratory management to 
determine how well the 
laboratory is serving the 
patient. 



by DEVON NELSON 

A new program to assist Lake County's 
small business community in its day to day 
operations will soon be underway. 

Through the Small Business Development 
Center Program (SBDC), new and existing 
businesses will be able to rely on local ex- 
pertise to assist them in their planning and 
developing of sound business practises. 

SBDC, which is to be located in the College 
of Lake County's (CLC)'s Center for 
Economic Development is a joint project of 
local chambers or commerce, Lake County 
Planning Department(LCPD), Lake County 
Community^Action Project (LCCAP) and 
the Lake County Urban League (LCUA) . 

Under the program, area business can 
receive assistance in business planning, 
product and market analysis, management 
principals, financing and in other areas per- 
tinent to a particular businesses operation. 

Buss Hamm, director of CLC's Center For 
Economic Development, said he anticipates 
the program to be in swing by early March. 

According to Hamm, all that is needed to 
launch the program is a full-time director to 



staff the center. 

In -December of 1985 Lake County 
received a $50,000 matching grant from the 
Department of Commerce and Community 
Affairs (DCCA) to help finance the opening 
of the center. 

As part of the program, the SBDC will be 
providing businesses with a market analysis 
of the county and identifying markets 
where the highest potential for businesses 
exist. 

The SBDC will also be evaluating business 
owners on their knowledge of running a suc- 
cessful small business operation. 

Once a person has been assessed, SBDC 
will make recommendations in areas where 
a bustnes owner may need additional ex- 
pertise. 

Although no cost is required to obtain ser- 
vices of SBDC, a nominal fee may be 
charged for workshop or seminar at- 
tendance. 

Hamm says he anticipates the center to be 
quite to be a definite asset to the business 
community because receices calls from the 
business community. 



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Obituaries 



Henry Bennecke 

Funeral services for 
Henry M. Bennecke, 68," of 
Lake Villa, were held on 
Tuesday, Feb. 25 in Lake 
Villa. 

Mr. Bennecke died on 
Friday, Feb. 21, and had 
lived in this area for the past 
50 years. 

He was a retired^ elec- 
trician and was a member of 
the Lake Villa United 
Methodist Church, where he 
served as organist for many 
years. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Dorothy (nee Cannon); his 
children, Marilyn (Michael) 
Brown of Lincolnshire, 
Cathryn (Richard) Mason of 
Lindenhurst, Lawrence 
(Marcia) of Antioch and 
Gerald (Lynnette) of Lake 
Villa; three brothers; two 
sisters; and nine grand- 
children. 

Interment was at Millburn 
Cemetery. 

William Bern 

Private memorial services 
for William C. Bern, 82, of 
Ingleside, were held on 
Saturday, Feb. 22, at the 
Strang Funeral Chapel in 
Grayslake. 

Mr. Bern died on Wed- 
nesday, Feb.' 19, at his home. 
He was bom on April 9, 1903 
in New York, and had made 
his home in Ingleside for 
over 40 years. 

He was a building service 
foreman with Illinois Bell 
Telephone Co. in Chicago for 
over 38 years, retiring in 
1969. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Bertha (Krutz); one son, 
Wayne (Nancy) Bernota of 
Ingleside; five grand- 
children; and five great- 
grandchildren. 

Interment was private. 

Robert Billen 

Funeral services for 
Robert H. Billen, Sr., 66, a 
resident of Wauconda for the 
last 39 years, were held on 
Saturday, Feb. 22, at Tran- 
sfiguration Church in 
Wauconda. 

Mr. Billen died on 
Tuesday, Feb, 18, at Good 
Shepherd Hospital in 
Barrington. He was born on 
June 12, 1919 in Aurora. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Marcelle; two sons, Robert 
W., Jr. (Patricia) and Ar- 
thur (Suzanne), both of 
Wauconda; eight grand- 
children; and two brothers. 

Interment was at 
Woodlawn Cemetery in 
Forest Park. 

Bertha Carlson 

Funeral services for Ber- 
tha G. Carlson, 80, of An- 
tioch, will be held on Friday, 
Feb. 28, at the Strang 
Funeral Home in Antioch. 

Mrs. Carlson died on Wed- 
nesday, Feb. 19 in Zion. She 
was born on Sept. 25, 1905 in 
Massachusetts, and had 
lived in Chicago before 
moving to Antioch. 

She had worked for the 
Jefferson Electric Co. in 
Chicago and for the In- 
termatic Corp. of Spring 
Grove before her 
retirement. 

Survivors include one 
sister; and several nieces 
and nephews. Interment was 
at Glen Oak Cemetery in 
Hillside. 

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Daniel Dahl 

Funeral services for 
Daniel H. Dahl, 79, of Round 
Lake, were held on Thur- 
sday, Feb. 20, at the 
MacGillis Funeral Home in 
Round Lake. 

Mr. Dahl died on Feb. 18, 
at Victory Memorial 
Hospital in Waukegan. He 
was born on July 8, 1906 in 
Chicago, and had lived in 
Round Lake for the past 40 
years. 

He was a retired service 
man for Jarvis 
Refrigeration in Chicago. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Ruth Alma (nee Basler); 
and one brother. Interment 
was at Highland Memorial 
Park Cemetery in Liber- 
tyville. 

George Grosch 

Private funeral services 
for George H. Grosch, 74, of 
Grayslake, were held under 
the direction of Peterson 
Funeral Home in Waukegan. 

Mr. 'Grosch died on Mon- 
day, Feb. 17, at Victory 
Memorial Hospital in 
Waukrgan. He was born on 
Oct. 15, 1911 in Chicago. 

He was a member of the 
Eastern Star and Masonic 
Lodge in Chicago. He had 
formerly been employed as a 
mail carrier. 

Survivors include four 
sons, George of Waukegan, 
Gregory of Winthrop Har- 
bor, Gerald of California and 
Glen, also of California; one 
daughter, Carol (William) 
Kee of Waukegan; 13 grand- 
children; three great- 
grandchildren; and one 
sister. 

Margaret Lefco 

Funeral services for 
Margaret "Marge" Lefco, 
65, of Newport Twp., were 
held on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 
at the Strang Funeral Home 
in Antioch. 

Mrs. Lefco died on Sun- 
day, Feb. 23, at the Crown 
Manor Nursing Home in 
Zion. She was bom on March 
16, 1920 in Canada, and had 
been a lifelong resident of 
Lake County. 

She had operated Marge's 
Grill from 1946 until 1978 
along with her husband, who 
operated Jerry's Standard 
on the corner of Rtes. 41 and 
173. 

Survivors include her 
husband, Jerry; one son, 
John (Linda) Lefco of 
Arkansas; one daughter, 
Renee (Walter) Becker of 
Wadsworth; one brother; six 
grandchildren; and two 
grea t-grandchildren. 

Interment was at Hickory 
Union Cemetery, near An- 
tioch. 

Alma Loubert 

Funeral services for Alma 
J. Loubert, 85, of Florida, 
were held on Saturday, Feb. 
22, at the Fred Hunter 
Funeral Home in Florida. 

Mrs. Loubert died on Wed- 
nesday, Feb. 19, She was 
born on March 9, 1900. 

She was a past president of 
the American Legion 
Auxiliary of Antioch and a 
member of the Royal Neigh- 
bors of America in Antioch. 

Survivors include two 
sons, Glenn Fox of Antioch 
and Calvin Harden of 
Florida; two daughters, 
Alice Geisler of Florida and 
Jean Grischaeu of Lake 
Villa; one brother; one 
sister; 12 grandchildren; 
and 12 great-grandchildren. 

Interment was at Forest 
Lawn Memorial Gardens in 
Florida. 



Ly le Stafford 

Funeral services for Lyle 
E. Stafford, 63,, of Kenosha, 
were held on Monday, Feb. 
24 in Greenwood, Wis. . 

Mr. Stafford died . on 
Wednesday, Feb. 19,; at St. 
Catherine's Hospital in 
Kenosha. He was formerly 
employed at U.S. Steel Co. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Dorothy; two sons, William 
Stafford and Jack Jakubs; 
one daughter, Ann Stafford; 
one brother; two sisters; and 
four grandchildren. . 

Helen Stlckels 

Private funeral services 
and interment for Helen 
Mary Stickels, 85, of 
Grayslake, were held at 
Ridgewood Cemetery in Des 
Plaines: 

Mrs. Sti.ckels died on Thur- 
sday, Feb. 18, at the Lake 
Bluff Health Care Center. 
She was born on Jan. 19, 1901 
in Ohio, and had lived in 
Grayslake for the past five 
years. 

Survivors include one 
sister; one daughter-in-law; 
and numerous nieces and 
nephews. Arrangements 
were made by the Strang 
Funeral Chapel in 
Grayslake. 

James Utter 

Funeral services with 
Mass of Christian Burial for 
James J. Utter, Jr., 24, of 
Round Lake Beach, were 
held on Friday, Feb. 21, at 
the Prince of Peace Church 
in Lake Villa. 

Mr. Utter died on Tuesday, 
Feb. 18 in Wisconsin. He was 
born on Jan. 17, 1962 in 
Chicago, moving to Lake 
Villa in 1977 and to Round 
Lake Beach in 1984. 

He was a lineman' and 
supervisor for Ingersoll In- 
dustries, Inc. of Wisconsin, 
where he had wo'rked for the 
past four years. 

Survivors include his wife, 
Tammy; one son, James J. 
Utter, III; his mother, Dixie 
Utter of Lake Villa; his 
paternal grandmother, 
Josephine Utter of Chicago; 
one brother; and two sisters. 

Interment was at Highland 
Memorial Park Cemetery in 
Libertyville. 

Virginia Welter 

Funeral services for 
Virginia C. Welter (nee 
Curtis), 64, a McHenry 
resident for the past 25 
years, were held on Monday, 
Feb. 24, at the K.K. Hamsher 
Funeral Home in Fox Lake 
( in the chapel on the lake) . 

Mrs. Welter died on' 
Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the 
Northern Illinois Medical 
Center in McHenry. She was 
born on May 11, 1921 in Iowa. 

She worked as a secretary 
and was also a former 
employee with the Prem. 
Corporation in Johnsburg. 

Survivors include her 
husband, Richard C. Welter; 
one son, Richard C. 
(Kathleen) Welter II of 
Round Lake Beach; one 
grandson; and many other 
relatives and friends. 

Interment was at 
Memorial Park Cemetery in 
Skokie. 



Dale Wiltberger 

Memorial services for 
Dale E. Wiltberger, Sr., 81, 
of Round Lake Beach, were 
held on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 
at the Calvary Presbyterian 
Church in Round Lake. 

Mr. Wiltberger died on 
Feb. 16. He was born on Dec. 
12, 1904 in Kansas, and had 



been a resident of Round 
Lake Beach for the past 40 
years. 

He was a charter member 
of the Round Lake Beach 
Men's Club. He was a retired 
truck driver for the Frank 
Sullivan Trucking Co. of 
Grayslake. 

Survivors include six sons, 
Jon (Mary) of Round Lake 
Park, Joel (Linda) of Round 
Lake, Dale (Erin) of Round 
Lake, Charles (Karen) of 
Spring Grove, Brian of 
Round Lake and Duane 
(Mary) of Waukegan; one 
daughter, Cheryl (Douglas) 
White of Waukegan; 18 gran- 
dchildren; and six great- 
grandchildren. , 

Interment was at Mon- 
trose Cemetery in Chicago. 



Abuse Prevention 
Training 




Lake County Council 
Against Sexual Assault is 
now accepting applications 
for its Child Assault 
Prevention (CAP) program. 

The program is designed 
for people who may have had 
no previous knowledge about 
child sexual abuse as well as 
those who have had ex- 
perience in working with 
abused children. 

Goals of the program are 
to teach facilitators about 
child sexual abuse and to 
train them to prevent abuse 
by providing information to 
children on how to identify 
and deal, with potentially 



Yastrow Gets 
Endorsement 



Sybil Yastrow, Republican 
candidate' for Lake County's 
Regional Supt. of Schools, 
has received the unanimous 
endorsement from the Lake 
County Assn. of School Ad- 
ministrators, an 

organization composed of 
Lake County's 51 school dist. 
supts. 

"It was the feeling of the 
superintendents that Mrs. 
Yastrow's expertise and 
knowledge of the operations 
of the County office will 
make her a very effective 
leader for the Educational 



Service Region," said Dr. H. 
Darrell Dick, president of 
the Lake County Assn. of 
School Administrators. 

Yastrow, who currently 
holds the position of first 
assistant to the superin- 
tendent, received the en- 
dorsements January, after 
addressing the group. Her 
candidacy has also been en- 
dorsed by the Lake County 
Republican Central Com- 
mittee and the Lake County 
Twps. of Cuba, Grant, 
Shields, Warren and West 
Deerfield. 



RecognizeProgram 



The cancer program at 
Good Shepherd Hospital 
recently was recognized as 
being among the best in the 
country. 

The program is one of only 
1,139 in the nation to receive 
a three-year certificate of 
approval from the American 
College of Surgeons' Com- 
mission on Cancer. 

Approval is awarded to 
programs that meet strict 
clinical requirements and 
have a well-functioning can- 
cer registry which maintains 
information on all cancer 
patients who come to the 
hospital. The approvals 
criteria were established by 
the American College of 
Surgeons in 1956 to en- 
courage the best in cancer 
therapy. 

Good Shephard's cancer 
program includes a full 
range of inpatient and out- 
patient oncology services, 
especially trained personnel, 
support groups and 
educational offerings. 
- The hospital has units staf- 
fed with registered nurses 
who are trained to provide 
quality cancer care and in- 
patient education programs. 
An enterostomal therapist is 



available for patients with 
more specialized care needs. 

A patient education center 
has been established 
featuring a large assortment 
of National Cancer Institute 
brochures and materials 
about different types of can- 
cer. In addition, a support 
group for cancer patients 
and their families meets 
twice a month at the 
hospital. 

There also is- an 18- 
member multidisciplinary 
cancer committee of 
physicians, nurses, physical 
thereapists, pathologists, 
radiologists, pharmacists 
and social service represen- 
tatives which .meets 
regularly to monitor cancer, 
treatment at Good Shepherd. 

Another essential part of 
the hospital program, is the 
cancer registry which collec- 
ts information about all 
patients diagnosed or 
treated .for cancer at Good 
Shepherd. Follow-up is han- 
dled on more than 95 percent 
of Good Shepherd's cancer, 
patients on an annual basis. 
The data are used for studies 
conducted by the American 
College of Surgeons and the 
American Cancer Society. 



dangerous situations. 

The training session will 
be held at. Cook Memorial 
Library in Libertyville, 
beginnng March 4, from 9 
a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be a 
fee of $25 to cover the cost of 
books and materials. 
Volunteers who meet the 
requirements .of the 
program will be working 
directly with school 
children, presenting the non- 
threatening preventatiave 
curriculum. 

For further information or 
registration call Executive 
Director Gaylene Henry at 
the LaCASA office, (312) 244- 
1187. 

Earn 
Honors 

Dr. Wendell Hess, dean of 
Illinois Wesleyan Univer- 
sity, Bloomington, has an- 
nounced the names of 
students included on the 
Dean's List for the first 
semester of • the 1985-86 
school year. 

To be on the Dean's List, a 
student must have a grade- 
point average of 3.500 or 
better, based on 4.0 for all 
A's, during the semester. 

The list included the 
following students from the 
Lakeland area: 

Lori K. Frey, Grayslake; 
Lisa A. Schmidt, Island 
Lake; . Susan J. Finerty, 
Mundelein; and Dominique 
A. Didier, Wauconda. 

Names 
Winners 

Three Lakeland area 1985 
Illinois Merit Recognition 
Scholarship (MRS) winners 
are enrolled at Northern 
Illinois University (NIU). 

The scholarships were 
awarded by the Illinois State 
Scholarship Commission to 
students graduating in the 
top five percent of their high 
school class. 

The students are: 

Thomas Allen Long, 
Gurnee; Deborah Louise 
Nelson, Round Lake Beach; 
and Darin Paul Blackwell, of 
Wauconda. 



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Ixpert discusses pros and cons of stress and how to cope 



"Absence of stress is absence of life, " 
said Ellen Rich, L.S.N. , a certified family 
nurse practitioner at the Clinical Practice 
Unit of Pace University's Lienhard School 
of Nursing. in.PIeasantvillc, N,Y. 

"Temporary stress helps us to grow, to 
achieve goals, for instance. But too much 
stress can manifest itself in physical and 
psychological disorders." 

At a February workshop dealing with 
strcss'she explained the differences be- 
tween acute and chronic stress, natural and 
self- induced stress, the physical and psy- 
chological reactions that people may have, 
and offered means of reducing stress and 
ways of relaxing. 

# "Stressors are acting on us at every mo- 
ment," she said. The amount of stress, 
both natural and self-induced, and the way 
we handle it determine how we will be af- 
fected. 

Natural stress includes things beyond 
our immediate control, she' explained, 
such as noise,- extreme temperature 
changes, pollen and pollution. 

Another type of stress beyond our con- 
trol is associated stress'. A person who has 
lost a loved one in an airplane crash, for 
instance,-, may experience stressful reac- 
tions when learning that someone else they 
care for will be traveling by air. 

"It may come as a surprise that even 
happy occasions or events in our lives 
cause stress," she added. According to a 
home stress scale created several years 
ago, marriage, vacations, Christmas or 
the addition of a new family member — all 
positive events — nonetheless cause 
stress. 

Stressors that we set up for ourselves 
might include the inability to say "no," or 
always saying "yes" to friends or people 
we work with for fear that they won't like 



us if we don't, do as they ask. 

Anticipated stress comes from worry- 
ing about a forthcoming event, such as a 
job interview. A false belief system; "in 
don't accomplish all of my goals, 1 must 
not be worth very much," also causes 
stress. A pessimistic attitude can create 
undue «nd unnecessary stress in our lives, 
as well, she said. 

We may experience "acute" or 
"chronic" stress, "Our response to acute 
stress is basic to our species," said Ms. 
Rich. 

"It is also known as 'the fight or flight 
syndrome' and usually occurs when we 
are in a dangerous or life threatening situa- 
tion. You experience some form of acute 
stress when you nearly miss an accident 
while driving, or almost fall" 

The body's response to acute stress is a 
rush of adrenalin, perspiring or pounding 
heart, or a combination of these. This indi- 
cates that the .body is gearing up the organs 
needed and shutting down those not 
needed to cope with dangerous situations. 

An increased heart rate transfers blood 
to the brain and muscles, the pupils dilate 
for better sight, the bronchi open for eas- 
ier breathing, and the liver releases sugar 
for immediate energy. 

Blood platelets, necessary for clotting, 
become more sticky in case there is injury. 
The digestive process is slowed down. 

Chronic stress creates sustained bodily 
reaction to situations perceived to be real 
threats. This type of stress may be caused 
by financial pressures, marital or family 
problems, loss of sleep, malnutrition, dif- 
ficulties on the job, overcrowding and 
rapid changes in our lives. 

Physical manifestations of stress in- 
clude tension or migraine headaches, nau- 
sea, ulcers, muscle aches, insomnia. 



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reason for adopting those gleaming tights 
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overheating after the first few miles. 

The fabric has what is known techni- 
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ability to think rationally, insecurity, 
crying spells, increased or decreased con- 
sumption of food and, in extreme cases, 
mental illness. 

"You have to learn to listen to your 
body, physically and emotionally. You 
have to learn to relax," said Ms. Rich. 
Each person has a particular stress center 
where tension can build. There are exer- 
cises to relieve tension in specific areas. 

"You should feel peaceful and be enjoy- 
ing life. Look at your interactions with 
your family or those closest to you. They 
arc usually the first to suffer from the 
stress you are feeling," she added. 

Techniques of coping with stress are 
many and include time management, 
problem solving, talking something out 
with a friend, and prioritizing. 



"If you can't change a situation that is 
causing stress in your life, accept it and 
make the best out of it. Always look for 
the positive," she advises. 

Other ways to battle stress include exer- 
cise, which improves the body's use of ox- 
ygen and energy, muscle tone, posture and 
has a known effect on depression. 

Be sure you get adequate nutrition. 
Eliminate smoking, alcohol and recrea- 
tional or prescription drugs. Decrease 
your intake of fats and salts, because these 
increase the risk of high blood pressure. 

Balance your time with other time 
alone, she advised. "It's important that 
you spend at least 15 minutes a day doing 
something that you enjoy, from a cross- 
word puzzle to taking a drive. 

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that makes you happy. And try to laugh as 
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Aerobic conditioning is dramatically 
improving the health and fitness lifestyles 
of millions of Americans, and the surpris- 
ing leader of this quiet, sweeping revolu- 
tion is walking. 

More than 55 million Americans walk 
as their primary exercise, according to a 
report released by the National Park Serv- 
ice, making it one of the most popular par- 
ticipant sports in the country. 

The U.S. Census Bureau also reports 
that walking is the country's number one 
activity/exercise. Currently, walkers out- 
number joggers and runners combined' by 
a three to one margin, and the growing 
number of walkers is expected- to soar to 
'80 million in five years. 

"Fitness walking" is a term coined to 
* describe walking for exercise and as a ma- 
jor component of a total fitness program. 
Medical studies have proven that fitness 
walking can be as beneficial as any other 
form of aerobic conditioning. In fact, 
many authorities will attest that walking is 
the safest form of exercise. 

"Until recently, fitness walking has 
been neglected as a subject of study by the 
medical community, yet it is an excellent 
way of improving cardiovascular health/' 
says Dr. James Rippc, cardiologist and 
clinical director of the University of Mas- 
sachusetts Medical School's Center for 
Health, Fitness and Human Performance. 

"For most people, walking is the best 
form of aerobic exercise. It is excellent for 
the heart and peripheral blood vessels and 
can easily be incorporated into a weight 
loss program. Studies show that walkers 
are less likely to injure themselves than 
runners and that walking provides many 
mental health benefits as well. Walking is 
universal for all age groups." 

Begin slowly 

According to Dr. Rippc, any fitness 
walking program should begin slowly and 
only after checking with your physician. 
You should exercise for at least 20 to 30 
minutes three times a week — with your 
heart rate between 70 and 80 percent of the 
predicted maximum. (Your predicted 
maximum is approximately, 220 minus 
your age.) 

Lose weight and stay lean with fitness 
walking as part of your program. "You 
burn the same 100 calorics by walking a 



mile that you would running a mile," ex- 
plains Dr. Rippe. "If you increase your 
walkingrate to 4 mph {from a normal 3 
mph) you can burn 300 calorics in 45 min- 
utes." 

Dr. Rippc is directing extensive cardio- 
vascular and pulmonary functions re- 
search on 37 year-old Rob Swectgall who 
has been dubbed "America's Walkman." 
Swectgall is walking 1 1 ,600 miles through 
all 50 states in 50 weeks at an average rate 
of 32 miles a day. 

As the nation's leading ''fitness 
walker," Rob's devotion to the longest 
solo trek in history stems from losing his 
father and three close family members to 
heart disease. As an ex-marathon runner, 
Rob has determined that walking is the 
best exercise to achieve cardiovascular 
health. 

Rob is also testing various shoes dc- . 
signed specifically for "fitness walking" 
by The Rockport Company, which is 
sponsoring Rob's odyssey, 

Rockport is a pioneer in the develop- 
ment of lightweight comfort shoes, espe- 
cially for walking, and the first footwear 
manufacturer ever to receive the Seal of 
Acceptance from the American Pediatric 
Medical Association. The company's lat- 
est innovation is the ProWalkcr, the only 
shoe biomcchanically designed for the se- 
rious "fitness walker." 

Comfortable shoes essential 

Even podiatrists will agree that walking 
is good for you and your feet — if you arc 
wearing comfortable, well-fitting shoes 
with the proper support. 

Podiatrists estimate that seven out of 10 
children and eight out of every 10 adults 
have a complaint of one type or another 
about their feet, ranging from minor aches 
to severe defects. At the very least, 50 per- 
cent of those problems arc caused by im- 
proper or ill-fitting shoes. 

Many manufacturers promote their run- 
ning shoes as ideal for walking despite the 
fact that running and walking are two dif- 
ferent gait functions. 

The basic features of the ideal walking 
shoe include a well-defined rocker profile 
to encourage the roll of the toot and aid in 
the natural walking motion. 



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For years children have been bringing 
report cards home to. show their parents 
how they are doing in school. Topically, 
they are graded on the "Three RV '— read- 
ing; writing and arithmetic. 

This year will be different. Children 
across the country will be bringing home 
another kind of card— a FITNESS- 
GRAM. .This unique new computerized 
"report card" will tell parents. how their 
children stand in terms of.fitncss. 

Approximately l(J million children will 
bring home FITNESSGRAMs this year, 
thanks to an agreement signed recently by 
Campbell Soup Company and the Dallas- 
based Institute for Aerobics Research 
(IAR). 

FITNESSGRAM starts with a scries of. 
tests designed to measure endurance, 
strength and flexibility, developed by the 
American Alliance for Health, Physical 
Education, Recreation and Dance 
(AAHPERD). 

At least once a year, youngsters will be 
given tests such as sit-ups, flcxed-arm 
hang or pull-ups. shuttle run, standing 
long jump and sit-and-rcach. Teachers will 
enter results into a computer— An Apple 
He microcomputer if the school has one, 
or-IAR's mainframe in Dallas— and print 
out FITNESSGRAMs for each student. 

Parents will receive the FITNESS- 
GRAMs directly from schools and be able 
to compare their children's scores to the 
national averages for students the same 
age. One exciting feature of the program is 
a personalized "exercise prescription" or 
message to the student on how to improve 
individual scores. 

Other information provided on the FIT- 
NESSGRAM includes: 

• A total physical fitness score; 

• A percentile rank for each test item 
computed on national norms developed 
over the past 20 years; 

• Reflections of a child's past perform- 
ances to monitor improvement from test 
date to test date. 



"FITNESSGRAMs are prescriptions 
for individual improvement and, thereby, 
for improving the national condition of 
youth fitness," said Dr. Ken Cooper, 
lAR's founder and renowned expert in 
aerobic fitness. "Campbell's sponsorship 
is a major positive step towards creating a 
national culture dedicated to the well- 
being of America's youth." 

Campbell sponsored the first pilot test 
of the FITNESSGRAM program in Tulsa, 
Oklahoma, in 1982 and subsequent tests in 
the state of Oklahoma and nationwide in 
the past two years. In the upcoming school 
year, Campbell's sponsorship will provide 
schools with free FITNESSGRAM soft- 
ware and blank FITNESSGRAM cards. 

"We're proud to support the national 
rollout of the FITNESSGRAM program,' 
the first and only program of its kind," 
said R. Gordon McGovcrn, President and 
C.E.O. of Campbell Soup Company. 
"Campbell has had a long history of sup- 
port for programs designed to improve the 
overall Well-being of Americans. 

"We have heard more loudly and 
clearly than ever before that the fitness of 
our nation's youth is deteriorating," 
McGovcrn said. "A variety of factors is 
contributing to. the problem:' Poor eating 
habits, decreasing interest in sports, elimi- 
nation of some physical education pro- 
grams, and an increasing focus by 
youngsters on sedentary pursuits to the ex- 
clusion of exercise. FITNESSGRAM is 
one step we can take to start reversing the 
trend." 

The FITNESSGRAM program is pre- 
sented by the President's Council on Phys- 
ical Fitness and Sports and will be 
publicized to schools through state educa- 
tion agencies and AAHPERD publica- 
tions. 

For school participation information, 
teachers and school administrators can 
contact the Institute for Aerobics Re- 
search, 12200 Preston Road, Dallas, TX 
75230. 



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Simply by popping a videocalsette into 
your video recorder, you bring Vic Braden 
or Stan Smith into your home to teach you 
to play better. You can learn Quick Cures 
for Tennis Problems (Braden) or Neuro- 
Muscular Programming for Tennis (Smith) 
as well as more esoteric subjects from 
well-known players and coaches. 
' These televised tennis lessons are effec- 
tive, but not cheap, ranging in price from 
$49.95 for the Fundamentals version of 
Play hour Best Tennis to $69.95 for either 
Smith's or Braden's tape. 

While most videotapes focus on the 
physical aspects of tennis, a recent release 



called Menial Toughness helps players be- 
come better competitors through psycho- 
logical conditioning. 

Featuring Dr. Jim Loehr, sports psy- 
chologist and a contributing editor of 
World Tennis magazine, Mental Toughness, 
provides useful tips on topics such as pace, 
rituals and projecting a confident fighter 
image. There is even a section on proper 
breathing which shows that the loud grunt 
many top pros emit actually works. 

Most tennis videos are available at 
video stores or tennis pro shops. For more 
information about Mental Toughness, 
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The heat is on: A survival guide to beauty routines 

Summertime, and the livine is ca.w. or *i ■„...._.■: ...Vr - *J 



Summertime, and the living is easy, or 
so we'd like to think. The weather is 
warmer, we're spending more time out- 
doors, exercising more, and, in general, 
enjoying summer's natural benefits. 

Looking and feeling better than ever is 
an important bonus. But not if you assume 
ihut just because it's summer you can be 
carefree and neglect your beauty basics. 
The truth is that skimping on essentials — 
like taking good care of your skin, drink- 
ing plenty of water, and getting enough . 
sleep — can take its toll on your looks. 

Of course, no one wants to spend extra 
hours primping and pampering, but it is a 
good idea now to adjust your skin and hair- 
care routines to account for the changes in 
the weather, and in your lifestyle. 

The higher temperatures and higher hu- 
midity mean that you'll perspire more, and 
your skin and scalp may feel oilier than it 
normally docs. 

At the same time, your skin and hair arc 
being exposed to the damaging rays of 
sun, the dehydrating effects of the summer 
wind, air conditioning, 1 salt water and 
chlorine. 

It is a good time to rethink and reorgan- 
ize your basic routines and pare down on 
the number of steps in your summer 
beauty regimen. Try' following some of 
these skin, hair and body strategics: 

Face up lo it 

Fresh air, sunshine and exercise bring 
the color back into everyone's face. That's 
nice, especially after emerging from win- 
ter with your "winter-white" complexion! 

The by-word now, as always, is that 
glowing skin starts with something as sim- 
ple as clean skin. Regular cleansing is al- 
ways important, but it's particularly so 
during the summer months when you're 
perspiring more, and when excess oil 
buildup can clog pores and make skin dull. 

You might want to add exfoliating to 
your cleansing routine. Using a gentle 
abrasive sponge, facial scrub or mask will 
help get rid of dead, dried-out surface 
cells that arc making your skin look dull. 

There's a new one out this summer from 
Borghese. It's called Hydro-Mineral i Re- 
vitalizing Scrub, and it gently removes 
those dry flakes on your skin's surface, 
leaving it smooth, refined and clear and 
bright -looking. 



Alternate witn your regular cleanser or 
try its companion gel Hydro-Mincrali Re- 
vitalizing Cleansing Treatment. And don't 
worry about it scrubbing off your tan — it 
removes only the dried surface, and re- 
vives your tan instead! 

You may also want to switch to a lighter 
moisturizer now. And, use a light powder 
translucent to blot excess oil and help 
avoid the "shiny face" look. 

Minimal makeup that stays put 

Some good warm weather makeup tips: 
The best and easiest way to look natural is 
to choose makeup colors that work with 
your own natural coloring. They will be 
the most flattering and require the least 
amount of fussing. 

To accent your healthy summer glow, 
choose a light, water-based foundation. 
You may find that you can even go without 
if you've got enough natural color. Steer 
cle.ar of oil-based products now unless 
your skin is extremely dry. 

Higher temperatures and humidity just 
naturally mean your skin's oil-production 
is increased. Adding more oil can lead to 
clogged pores. 

Use a lightly bronzed shimrncry powder 
like Ultima IPs Day In The Sun to light up 
your face. Dust it over your face wherever 
the sun would blush you naturally — high 
on your cheekbones, on your temples, 
around the hairline, and even across the 
bridge of your nose! 

If you have a problem with eye makeup 
that creases, put a primer on your lids and 
then go for a powdered eye shadow instead 
of a cream, or choose a shadow that's 
waterproof or water-resistant. 

Look for a waterproof mascara, too. 
Ultima II 's Advanced Formula is a good 
one that's formulated to be non-irritating 
for extra-sensitive eyes (and women who 
wear contact lenses). 

For the finishing touch, all you need is a 
touch of sheer color on the mouth in face- 
flattering tones like pink; mauve or mo- 
cha. Top it off with a bit of gloss like 
Rcvlon's Glosse Lipshinc. 

And remember, whatever colors you do 
choose — bold and bright or soft and natu- 
ral — blending well is uie key to natural- 
looking makeup. 



Summer wardrobes are meant to show 
off more of your body—barer backs, more 
arms, more legs. You've worked hard all 
winter exercising and toning up your body 
muscles, so now that you've got the body 
you want, flaunt it! 

Smooth your skin all over with a loo fat 
sponge, or an alt-over body sloughing 
cream. A good one to try is Termed! Mon- 
Jccatini's Stimulating Body Refiner, a re- 
freshing apricot-color gel that gently 
sloughs off flaky, dead skin cells and gives 
skin a smooth and silky look and feel. 

While your skin's still damp, apply a su- 
per-emollient scented or unsccnted mois- 
turizer. You don't need the same strength 
you used this winter, but do use a moistur- 
izer that penetrates immediately. 

Dust your body with some cornstarch- 
based baby powder (it absorbs moisture) 
or your favorite after-bath dusting powder. 



Then, just a spray of cool cologne straight 
from the fridge. 

Nail and hair care 

During the summer you don't want to 
spend weekend or after-work hours fuss- 
ing with your hair. By all means, choose 
an easy-care hair cut. 

A slightly layered look holds its shape 
better in the heat than a blunt one. You do 
have to compensate for the effects of 
warm weather activities. Sun, salt and 
chlorine makes dry hair drier, so the by- 
word is protection. 

To keep the shine in, wear a bathing cap 
when you swim and a hat when you're out 
in the sun. 

Oily hair tends to get oilier in the sum- 
mer. Adjust your hair care routine — try 
switching from your regular shampoo to a 
lighter one. Use a conditioner, but in mod- 
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dull, lifeless-looking hair. 




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Miracles Can Happen WithPhys real Therapy 



Did you know miracles can happen for 
people who are physically impaired? Check 
out the Physical Therapy Dept. at American 
International Hospital (AIH), and you'll see 
why. 

Physical therapy at AIH is provided by 
Northern Illinois Physical Therapy Services 
(ND7TS) and is located right next to the 
Emergency Room on the ground floor. About 
25 percent of the physical therapy patients at 
AIH are outpatients, while the other 75 per- 
cent are patients in the ■ hospital. Four 
registered physical therapists and eight 
physical therapy aides work with stroke vic- 
tims, oncology patients, cardiac patients, ac- 
cident victims, sports-related injury patien- 
ts, neurological cases, and chronic pain 
cases-among others. 

Physical therapy can be a miracle in the 
life of a person who needs it. The prac- 
titioners of this dynamic health care 
profession are skilled in planning, organizing 
and directing programs for -the care of 
patients of all ages who are disabled by ac- 
cident or illness, or were born with a han- 
dicap. 

Joseph Yao, president of NIPTS, is a 
registered physical therapist who earned his 
degree at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. 
He has a Certificate of Acupuncture from the 
China Medical College in Taiwan and is the 
author of "Acutherapy," a book dealing with 
Acupuncture, T.E.N.S., and Acupressure. 

Yao has taught post graduate seminars in 
Acutherapy at Duke University, University 
of Iowa, Chicago Medical School, Nor- 
thwestern University, and Marquette 
University, to name a few. 

Yao is listed in. "Who's Who in the Mid- 
west" and "Who's Who in the World." In ad- 
dition to his credits, his soft spoken manner 
and gentle approach make him a patient 
pleaser. "It's not how smart you are that 
makes you a good physical therapist," Yao 
says, "but how well you can make your 
patients respond to you." 

Department head Raul Agustin is a 
graduate of the University of the Phillipines 
in Manilla and has a B.S. in physical therapy. 
He runs a "tight ship" and sees to it that all 



patients' treatments meet the highest stan- 
dards. 

Physical therapy aides at AIH are trained 
by Agustin and Yao. They must go through a 
six-month training period in which they learn 
how to assist the physical therapists. Some of 
the physical therapy aides have earned 
associate degrees in physical therapy. The 
department encourages continuing 
education for the entire staff . 

"First and foremost," says Yao, "we must 
deal with the patients. We must relate to 
them, and then they in turn will cooperate 
with us and the techniques we use on them." 

Several modalities are used to relieve 
patients' pain and restore muscle strength. A 
stroke victim, for example, usually goes 
through a number of phases on his way to 
recovery. In Phase I (passive) there is little 
muscle strength (meaning a patient may 
look paralyzed but does have some muscle 
strength). In this stage, a physical therapist, 
with the help of a physican, evaluates the' 
disability, identifies the problem as either 
objective (dealing with movement) or sub- 
jective (dealing with pain) and develops a 
goal on which to base treatment patterns to 
help restore full function. 

In Phase II (assistance) the patient can., 
move partially with the help of a physical 
therapist, while in Phase III (resistance) the 
patient can move and the objective of the 
physical therapist is to develop the patient's 
muscle coordination. P.T. is an important 
member on the victim's recovery team. 

Stroke victims are usually the most severe 
cases brought to physical therapy, while 
broken arms are probably the least severe, 
since they require basic muscle 
strengthening. "The largest cross section of 
our physical therapy patients are those who 
suffer from neck and low back problems," 
said Agustin. "We also work with oncology 
patients, setting up basic exercise programs 
for them. We coordinate our treatments with 
the dietary department when dealing with 
hyperalimentation." 

The fitness wave throughout the country 
has not had a large effect on AIH's Physical 
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ball do increase at the. hospital during the 
playing seasons. 

AIH's Physical Therapy Dept. prides itself 
on the camaraderie displayed within the 
department. "We work harmoniously within 
our department and also with other depart- 
ments. It's important because .we work 



closely with them," says Yao. 

The AIH Physical Therapy Dept. is very 
busy, with services available seven days a 
week. They are open Monday through 
Friday, from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., and on 
weekends with a 24-hour emergency call ser- 
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STATS Provi 
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St. Therese Area Trauma Satellite 
(STATS) is an emergency care center which 
offers the same treatment facilities as those 
in a hospital emergency department. 

Located in Lake Villa, STATS is staffed by 
physicians of the Northern Illinois Emergen- 
cy Physicians group who are specially 
trained in emergency medicine. 

Open daily from 8 a.m. to midnight, STATS 
is equipped with its own laboratory and X- 



ray departments, and also offers poison con- 
trol information. 

In any emergency, whether it be a minor 
injury or. illness, or a major trauma, 
professional treatment and compassionate 
care is provided at the satellite facility in 
Lake Villa, as well as at St. Therese Medical 
Center in Waukegan, the Areawide Trauma 
Center for Lake County. 



Hospital Detects Cancer 
With Mam mograms 



For the convenience of Lake County, area 
residents, St. Therese Medical Center and its 
satellite facility in Lake Villa now offer 
mammograms Monday through Saturday, 
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

The center recently added two mam- 
mography units to aid in the detection and 
diagnosis of breast cancer and other 
diseases. The test can detect a breast lump 
so small that it cannot be felt. 

The mammogram is a simple and painless 
procedure which requires no special 
preparation or hospitalization. Procedures 
are performed by a female technologist in 
the privacy and comfort of a special 
radiology examination room. 



Test results are reported to the patient's 
physician by one of the medical center's 
radiologists. 

Tests require a doctor's referral and are- 
performed by appointment only Monday 
through Saturday. Women who do not have a 
personal physician may call St. Therese 
Medical Center's physician referral service 
at (312) 360-2555. 

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joe Gates, owner of the 
Sagle Point Park Puppet 
(place, is planning to sponsor 
'Hands -Across The Chain" 
I to fight Multiple Sclerosis on 
[March 8. For a $2 donation 
those participating will be 
able to participate in the 
event which will involve hun- 
dreds of people forming the 
words M. S. UGLY with 
flares on Fox Lake. There 
will also be fifty cent draft 
beers as well as auctions. 
Anyone wishing to donate to 
Ihe event, or find out more 
information should call 
Gates at 587-8311. 

Hold Tryouts 

Cheerleader tryouts for 
Grant Community High 
School for 1986-87 
cheerleaders will be held on 
March 6 at 3:30 p.m. in the 
gym. All girls interested in' 
trying out should be at school 
for practice on March 4 and 
March 5 at 3:30 in the school 
auditorium. These practices 
must be attended in order to 
tryout. 




Announce New Troop 



St. Peter's Parish in An 
tioch is sponsoring a new 
Boy Scout Troop, Troop 190. 

Since things are changing 
in the Scouting program, 
those spearheading this new 
troop are looking for new 
members or for those that 
have been Scouts in the past 
and wish to be active again. 

Scout meetings will be 
held on Thursday evenings, 
from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., at 
the VFW hall on North Ave. 

For more information, 



contact Mr. Wisniewski, 
(312)356-2582. 




Donate Prizes 

For the third year, Fox Lake Harbor, Fox Lake has donated one of the top prizes a 
lawn mower, to be given at Chain O'lakes Chapter of Ducks Unlimited's third an- 
nual dinner which was scheduled to be held at Maraveia's restaurant on Feb. 25 
From left are; Gordie Kiesgen, dinner chairman, Warren Moulis, of Fox Lake Har- 
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ment of Fremont Public 
Library, Mundelein, will 
sponsor a magic show for 
children and their parents 
Thursday, March 6 at 7 p.m. 
in the library's meeting 
room. Dave Kelly, popular 
magician in the Mundelein- 



Libertyville area, will 
mystify as well as entertain 
the audience with his half- 
hour show, "It's MagicL" 

, The library's meeting 
room capacity is 72. Seventy 
free tickets to the show will 
be available at the children's 




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Randy Miles, State Bank* 
of Antioch president, 
speaking on behalf of the 
bank's board of directors, 
has announced the 
promotion of Dale Ann 
O'Donnell. to Installment 
Loan Officer. O'Donnell 
. began her association with 
the State Bank in November 
of 1985. 

Her professional ex- 
perience in consumer len- 
ding includes five years in a 
management program with 
Household Finance Cor- 
poration, Waukegan. In 1982, 
she joined the staff of First 
National Bank of Antioch 
and was promoted to Per- 
sonal Banking officer in 1985 
with full responsibility for all 
related lending activities. 



Her interest in a financial 
career developed while a 
teller with the Fox Lake 
State Bank in 1976. 

Dale received her B.A. 
degree in Sociology and 
Behavioral Science from 
Lakeland College, 

Sheboygan, Wisconsin, in 
1976, with considerable work 
in the field of sociology and 
psychology. She is a 
graduate and current trustee 
of Bradley University IBA 
Lending School, Peoria,' and 
presently attends the 
American Institute of 
Banking for her Associate 
Applied Science degree in 
Banking and Finance. 

She and her husband, Pat, 
reside in Lindenhurst. 



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FROM HIGHLAND MEMORIAL PARK 



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March 3rd, anyone wishing to save 
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desk beginning 
Feb. 24. 

Movies for children willbe 
shown in Fremont Library's 
meeting room Saturday 
morning, March 8 at 10:30 
a.m. This month's films in- 
clude "The Velveteen Rab- 
bit", "What Mary Jo Wan- 
ted", "The Elephant's 
Child" and "Harold's Fairy 
Tale". Children under six 
must be accompanied by 
someone 12 or older. 

In-person registration for 
two evening Story Times in 
March will be taken during 
the week of March 3-8. The 
sessions will take place in 
the childrens's library at 7 
p.m. on Thursday, March 13 
and Tuesday, March 18. 

Both programs are open to 
children two to five years of 
age. Parents are asked to 
remain with their children 
for the half-hour sessions. , 

For additional in- 
formation, call Judy Helge 
or Sarah- Press in the 
Children's Dept., (312) 566- 
8702. 



Genealogical Society To Meet 

The Lake County Genealogical Society will meet at 7:30 
p.m., on Tuesday, March 11 at Cook Memorial Library, 413 
N. Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville. The program will be "The 
Fantastic Ft. Wayne Library." Dorothy Dolph will discuss 
the many genealogicas sources available at the Allen County 
Public Library "in Ft: Wayne, Ind. Anyone interested in 
family tree research is invited to attend this free meeting. 
For more information, contact Joan Meyer at (312) 223-4937 
or Joan Roden at (312) 566-1789. 



Society Slates Meeting 

The next daytime meeting of the Lake County Genealogical 
Society will be held at 10 a.m., on Thursday, March 27 at Cook 
Memorial Library, 413 N; Milwaukee Ave. in Libertyville. 
Dorothy Dolph will discuss her many trips to Ft. Wayne, Ind. 
to the Allen County Public Library, which has a large amount 
of genealogical holdings. Anyone interested in family tree 
research is invited. There is no charge for. admission. For 
more information, contact Joan Meyer at (312) 223-4937 or 
Joan Roden at (312) 566-1789. 

Advanced First Aid Class 

. The Mid-American chapter of the American Red Cross has 
announced the formation of an instruction class in Advanced 
First Aid. The classes will meet every Monday and Thur- 
sday, at 7 p.m.', starling Monday, March 10. Classes will be 
held at Big Hollow Middle School, Rtes. 12 and 134, Inglcside. 
For more information, or to register for the class, call the 
Red Cross office in Mundelein, at (312) 949-1000. 



Scholarship 
Available 

The application deadline is 
swiftly '> approaching for 
students interested in the 
Riley McDavid Scholarship. 
One of the most handsome in 
terms of financial 
assistance, the deadline for 
the $4,000 award is'March 14. 

The scholarship is 
available to Kenosha County 
graduating high school 
seniors who intend to. pursue 
a career in health care. 

McDavid scholarship 
applications arc available at 
all Kenosha County high 
schools and the community 
relations office at KMH. For 
more information call (414) 
656-2100. 

A Labor First 

The first organization of 
white workers to advocate 
the creation of black labor 
unions and to allow blacks to 
attend its annual meetings 
was the National Labor 
Union in 1869, according to 
"Labor Firsts in America," 
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We've checked our competition on IRAs carefully. The 
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yields of Skokie Federal IRAs... pure and simple. 

At current rates, a deposit of 82,000 in our 3-year IRA 
would yield a tax-deferred 02,598 at maturity. The same 
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by CHARLES JOHNSTON 

A 5-alarm fire destroyed the historic 2- 
story Brass Wheel Restaurant in downtown 
Round Lake Feb. 24 and left eight men 
homeless. 

Although no official word was available 
from fire department officials, bartender 
Jan Rcdner said the fire began around 2:30 
p.m. According to Redncr, owner Tony 
Scardino had just put a bowl of French Onion 
Soup under the broiler to brown the cheese. 
He stepped into the bar (which adjoins the 
kitchen) to say something to a customer. 
When he turned to step back into the kitchen 
the broiler was on fire. Scardino grabbed a 
wet towel and, with the help of a customer, 
tried unsuccessfully to extinguish the blaze. . 

Meantime, the hood (automatic ex- 
tinguishing system) had not started. By the 
time the hood did start, the fire had gotten up 
into the vents and caught in the heavily 
wooded second floor. 

According to Redner, just minutes before 
Scardino put the soup in the broiler, an un- 
familiar man walked into the restaurant; 
asked if anyone knew the number to the fire 
department; got the number from Scardino; 
went to the pay phone to make a call; and 
then left. 



. Although this it; the way the fire appeared 
to start to observers in the restaurant, it 
seems more likely that the fire actually 
started upstairs and was afready well ad- 
vanced before anything downstairs was 
noticed. This would explain three pieces of 
evidence that do notseem to fit. 

First, the hood system is very sensitive 
and had reportedly just recently undergone a 
standard 6-month check." Had the fire begun 
in the broiler, the heat build-up would have 
caused the hood to start well before the blaze 
could have gotten into the vents. lf t however, 
the fire began upstairs and jumped down to 
the broiler like a flame to a candle, then it 
would take some time for the heat below to 
build up sufficiently to activate the hood. 

Second, within moments after the fire was 
discovered downstairs, thick white smoke 
was billowing out of the upstairs windows. It 
takes time for a fire to build up to that point. 
It only makes sense if the fire had already 
started upstairs. 

Finally, the episode with the "mystery 
man" makes some sense if smoke was 
coming out of an upstairs window before 
anything happened downstairs. Of course, it 
still does not make sense that the. "mystery 
man" would not bother to mention to em- 



ployees that the building was on fire. 

After seeming to come under control in the 
first hour, the blaze suddenly flared back up 
at about 3:30 p.m.. Ten ■ additional fire 
departments then responded to assist Round 
Lake in fighting the blaze. 

Although no official estimate has been 
given, damages are expected to approach a 
half million dollars. Fortunately, no one was 
killed. The only reported injury was to owner 
Tony Scardino, whose hands were burned in 
his efforts to extinguish the fire. Surrounding 
buildings suffered only water damage. 

This is the second major fire in the Round 
Lake area since former fire chief Ed Glower 
resigned Jan. 25. The first fire, which oc- 
cured Feb. 14, killed two children. Fire of- 
ficials arc still investigating the cause of that 
Hainesville fire. 

The Hound Lake area didn't just lose a 
restaurant Feb. 24, but it lost a historic and 
very special gathering place. 

Many special events have occurred within 
the walls of the Brass Wheel throughout its 
existence. 

The building was originally known as 
Amann Hall, which was one of the most 



popular gathering places in west Lake Coun- 
ty. Many public dances were held at Amann 
Hall untii the late 1940's. 

The building can also be associated- with 
food. Tony Scardino and his family 
established a food shop and confectionary oh 
the corner of Cedar Lake Rd. and Rte. 134 in 
the early 1950's, later expanding to its 
present quarters with a lounge and 
restaurant in the 1960's. 

It's a historical fact that famous comedian 
Jack Benny got his start in Amann Hall 
playing the violin for dances as a teenage 
member of the Hapke family during the pre- 
WorldWarlera. 

Eleven fire departments couldn't save this 
historical building from the fierce fire. Fire 
departments from Grayslake, Wauconda, 
Fox Lake, Antioch, Lake Villa, Lake Zurich, 
Long Grove, Vernon Hills, Countryside and 
Gurnee all assisted Round Lake in trying to 
save the Brass Wheel, but the blaze was too 
much. 

One has to wonder what additional 
historical events might have occurred in this 
building had firefighters been able to save it. 



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hour from Panamo 
Republic ol Panama, 

housvs, while larxJ 



beautiful, 
<Kan one 

Cfty. The 
Two old 
b*och*v 



tropical fruit Kees, landing strip, 
lubdiviuon oppr oved tor private 
club or small erdusive home 

lilri Good, wrOl«H. Owntf 

will whiIki lor 12% million. 
Cosh, tami, or trod*. 

Toborcillo Island Co. 

PO Bo. 3537 
Granada Hills. CA 91344 

818/366-8882 



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INGLESiDE NEW 3 

bedroom ranch, fujl 
basoment, oak kitchen, 
custom deck, 80 x 110 ft. 
lot, lake rights to Woostcr 
Lake. S73.500. 

(312)964-5503 
1-9.27 

NOTTINGHAM WOODS. 

Spring Grove for sole by 
owner, immediate 
possession three 

bedrooms. 2Vj baths, 
family room two 
fireplaces. Priced below 
market value. 

(312)741-6781 

anytime 

1-9-157 

REPOSESSED homes from 
Government from $1 plus 
repairs/taxes. Throughout' 
IL/Notionwide! Also tax 
properties. 

(216)453-3000 

Ext:H2121 

1.9-2 

flND A JOB, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified. 



ZION SPACIOUS 3 

bedroom house, large 
custom built kitchen plus 
appliances, 2 car garage, 
double lot, $65,000 
VA/FHA 

(312)724-6889 

1-9-18 

ASSUMABLE Lovely brick 
home, 9 rooms' with 2 car 
attached garage, brick 
fireplace with large lot. 
$70.500. 2401 Elisha, Zion. 
(312)746-5747 

1-9-20 

BEAUTIFUL Bangs Lake. 
Water front deck, 
fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 
private subdivision beach, 
dishwasher and disposal, 
city water and sewers, gas 
furnace, low taxes, ideal 
for summer and all year 
around home. Owner. 
(312)8350911 

1-9-42 -_ 

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MARKETPLACE for smart 
shoppers, that's Lakeland 
Classified. To advertise 
call 

(312)223-8161 




WE BUT HOUSES 
FOR ALL CASH 

Ermac 

Investments 

(312) 587-8234 



OREGON, ILL. 
FARM BY OWNER 

264 ocr» lorm with established 
custom litd yards for 1500 
heod of colli*. Present 
ownsr/operolor willing la 
manage. Positble depreciation 
and investment credit. Partially 
loned. Industrial with further 
manufacturing development 
poiiiblo. Call after 7 p.m. 

815/732-2893 



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HOME OF THE WEEK 



UTSIM BUM HIUSHX KANCH 
'rt*«nrt *>«* *4h trwt M 
tr«rrt| Suit (lorn. Deck. 

'■»'r MfltSfll BdlUXS Ram. 

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HOUSE WANTED 1 or 2 

bedroom, half or 1 * 
basement, garage op- 
tional, affordable price 
range from $350-$400. 
Area Dundee South W. 83 
and 45, east, the lake, 
area flexible. 

(312)259-5288 
after 10:30a.m. 

2-9-43 

HOUSE HUNTING? Find 
just the home you're 
looking for in Lakeland 
Newspapers' Classified. 

(312)223-8161 



Due to our recent expansion, we find we have 
more buyers than properties available... 

WE NEED 

YOUR LISTING 

and 

WE NEED SALESPEOPLE 

Excellent commission schedule and training 
programs. 

Contact 

Jackie Murrle-Manager 

POEAPOE 

wc. 

REALTOR5 

352 Center St. Grayslake, IL 
(312) 223-8178 

(4 Oifkes-Waukegan, Gurnee, Antioch, Grayslake) 




Tan. 

2704 Grand Ave*. 
Wciukogon. IL 




GRAYSLAKE - FACINATING YESTERYEAR! 

a perfect older home for a buyer with plenty of ambition 
and energy to rejuvenate the original woodwork under 
layeri ol paint plus a unique open 2 story balcony staircase 
*i1h vlainod gloss windows. Even has original built in bead- 
ed wood cabinet and a breakfast room. Six rooms, 2 baths - 
3 bedrooms - 70 x 171 ft. setting within walking distance lo 
downiown. Asking $67,000,00. 

POE & POE REALTORS 

352 Center Street 
Grayslake, Illinois 

(312) 223-8178 



NICE itrxjaon 



Prvtiif* orw. 
uwnpleiely refurbished inside and out. two 
lurpiocn, both family and ret roonu, and 
numerous quality •■ttoi, 1101.000. 

PO* A POE, INC (312) MO-U33 



VACANT SITES • Beat the race for 
ipoce by buying before rhe building boom. 
Silei available in Wodtworth. Lofca Villa. 
Curnee. Wiolhrop harbor, tZion. WmAegon 
and other lake County locations. Prkes to 
imi your Midi. Cat! Todayl 

POf A POf, INC. (313) 340-9333 



r top 

men 



#I0B - B*KX. P1AS1EI. HATOWOOO 
rtOCHtS - Are just •> lew of the absolute 
eualrry features of ttth) gorgeous ram 
home locoitd In a top-notch Woukegon 
neighborhood. 

POf & POf, INC (313) 3*0-9333 





WATERFRONT 

4 bedroom, 2 bath ranch. Master bedroom has 
deck overlooking water. Fireploce in living room, 
enclosed porch. All new, Inside and.out. 2V* car, 2 
slory heated garage, shed. 2/3 acre, 100 foot new 
seawall, electric boat hoist. Be ready lor the sum-, 
mer, come see it nowl $129,900". 

Roye Roadman 

Century 21 CARE REAL ESTATE 

(815) 385-8821 (815) 385-0685 



f 109 • CKAYSIAHI ftAO I PWVACY • Al 
rtw end of ihe lane In o beosiliM woodtd 
tetlmg ii tfcH newly lulled home with 3 % 
kill abounding wilt) 00V1 and pinei. tofee 
rights jutl oaou the rood. Worm ond cory 
with plenty ol Insulation, 3 cor. garage. 
ComeSeelSSS.UO. 

POI A POf. INC (313) 3234171 



large 

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#110 • INCltSIOC • WATERftOWttf 
•OelighlM home «' quality Interior - far 
airy loomi • lit wreleclrk fireplace 
eitnl kitchen jutl oil large (amity room (hot 
ooeni lo Molmaniied deck. 2/3 Ms - oak 
I low i ■ Ulil. dm. - t cor det. garage. Chan- 
nel Uodi lo Chain O totes I Jusl titiedl 
S6MS0- ' 

POf A POf, INC (313) 2234171 



ft 1 1 - LAKE VIllA - COON JIY IIVIHO - Plut 
Income) 5.33 ouet framing on Kl. S3 w/S 
U country home, J batht. Con hove tep. 
in -low opt. In addition, there'! o 3 unit opl. 
building. Total income pelenitol t* over 
I70.0O0.OO annually. All In eictllenl condi- 
lion. PodiagepricedSI7l.000. 

POf A POf. INC (313) 2234171 



HOME BUYER/SELLER SEMINAR 

Harbor Ridge Country Club - Antioch. IL 
March 12. 1986 7:00 p.m. 

Sponsored By POE & POE. INC., REALTORS and MEG A VEST CORPORATION 

Here's your chance lo learn about buying and selling your home 
from experts/Speakers will include an attorney, an accountant, a 
loan officer and a real estate broker. To guarantee seats please 
call Mike Bradley at (312) 395-7313. Door Prize to be presented. 



INC. 
REALTORS 




Grayslake 
(312) 223-8178 

Wdukegan 
(312)662-1021 




Gurnee 
(312)360-9333 

Antioch 
(312)395-7313 



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WATERFRONT lot 50 x 
1000 It. 

(312)639-0735 
(312)639-1009 

4-9-28 

ARIZONA JOB forces me 
to ■ sell prime resort 
Wisconsin property. 
Private lakes, lake lots, 
farms. Condo-willing to 
trade or buy . Arizona 
property. 

I -(309)762-4031 

or 

1.(602)947-7474 

4 -9-12 



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WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or an em- 
ployee, Lakeland's Em- 
ployment Guide will make 
your search a success. 
(312)223-6161 



WAUCONDA OFFICE 

or store, ihop. storage or ?? 
1440 Square Feel $730 Per 
Month. FlfTST MONTH'S «MT 

FREEH 

Call: 

(312) 446-2672 



COMMERCIAL 

PROPERTY 

FOR RENT/SALE 

Approx. 5,000 sq. ft. of 

[>rime property, 2 
evels with air condi- 
tioning with a this 
lower level for storage. 
Good parking area. 
Must see to appreciate. 
Lease $1 ,000 per month 
or buy for $79,000. 

(312) 223-8161 



sunn amis suite 

On First floor south 
side off building "L" 
shaped with ap- 
proximately 1,075 
Feet space. 

Office Use. 

HEltTACCOFnaiUIUNNG 

800 N. Main Street 
Antioch, Illinois 60002 

(312) 362-9050 



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akeland Classified 
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Result Getting 

LAKELAND 

NEWSPAPERS 

Covering the Rapidly 

Growing Lakeland 

Bi-State Area of 

Lake County, 

McHenry County 

and Kenosha County 

KEAL ESTATE GLIDE 
l-llewnFerSale 

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3-KtalE»Utlf Weetrd 

4 • LoU 1 Preocrty 

5 - Cemrtwy U»U 
C - BasiatM Praprrty 

Salc*Rrnlal 
T-ForRrnt 
H-KnlaUWintrd 
S-Huildinfis 
ii - Stonge 

E.MPI.OVMENT GUIDE 

II- Kmplojra«nl AftrnciH 

11-CTiildCarrWanlH 

IS . Child fare 

IC-. Situations Wantrd 

IT-llrlpWantrd 

IK- Rusinns Opportunilics 

BUSINESS GUIDE 
31 - Schools & Instruction 
22- Ironin|'& Sewing 
23 - Carpentry 
21 - Klrclrical 
23- Plumbing 
2S - Paittlin fi & Decora ling 
21 . Heating A Air Conditioning 
2X- Appliance Repair 
25- Radio 4 TV Repair 

30 - Professional Sen ices 
33 -Legal Services 

31 - 1 -sundry & (leaning 
35 - General Services 

3£ • Landscaping 

37- Roofing & Siding 

M-lllaclttop 

33 - Concreie & Cement 

10- Building Materials 

1 1 - Recreilion (iuide 

12 • Business Supplies & Equipment 
I J - Pel Grooming A Hoarding 



MARKET GUIDE 
it. I tones 
M-Farm Animals 
n - Good Th in Rb To Eat 
SI . t'uc»<nd 
SI- Pels & Supplies 
12 • Musical Instrument* 
S3- Antiques & Crafts 
SI • rUuars 

ii - Garage It Moving Sales 
Sf ■ Swap k Eichange 
57 • Miscellaneous 
Hi • Cameras 
5 j - Furmit hit 
U - H xated To Key 
•l-AaKtkM 
C-Persasals 
«3- Notices 
CI - H'aatea 
IS. Lett 
eS-Fewd 
«7-Gtveawa> 
fl . Com pe ten h Video Games 

- Meaer To l^ian 
7t • Loans Wanted 
72 -Car Pools 

73- Boats k Motors 

71 - Recreational Vehicles 

7i • Vans 

78- Motorcycles 

77 - Trucks k Trailers 

7K - Farm Equipment 

T1 -Mobile Homes 

m-AulQ Repair 

Kl . Auto I'arts 

K2 - Autos (Rent or I .ease » 

K3- Autos For Sale 

HI - Autos Wanted 

Kl . Snowmobiles 

M- Too Late To Classify 

Pe>n«e n t In ■deernca t* rnnulred 

fOf InSHst Ml* 

Advertiters Out ol Lottelond cir- 

cutaiion area • Btriincsl Oppor- 

1 unities ■ Gar 09c ond Moving 
Solei • Debt Disclaimers • Mobile 
Homes • Siluotiom Wonted • 
Found Ads Are Free. 



Classified 

Deadline 

Tuesday 

11 a.m. 



lakeland Newspapers reserves the light lo properly clasii'v oil 
advertising, edit or delete any objectionable wording, or reject ony 
advertisement lor cr*d t or policy reosons. 

Ail Help Wonted advertising is published under unified headings. 
Lakeland Newspapers does not knowingly accept Help Wanted 
advertising that tn any way violates the Human Rights Act. 



ADVERTISERS 

Please check your od on Ihe FIRST Insertion dole. In the event ol on 
error or ommission, Lakeland Newspapers will bo fosponsibla lor 
ONLY Ihe FIRST Incorrect insertion. The newspaper will be 1 
bte lor only the portion ol the od that is in error. Please notil 
Closiilied Department in the event al an error. CANCELLATIONS 
must be mode prior lo Noon on the Ibcsday belor» publicalii 



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- Business Property 
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WAUCONDA, NEED office 

away from home? $175 per 

month includes utilities. 

(312)358-4982 

6-10103 — — *- 

MARKETPLACE for smart 
shoppers, that's Lakeland 
Classified. To * advertise 
call 

(312)223-8161 ' 




OFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

Prime location in 
LAKE.VILLA. First and 
second floor. For in- 
formation please call: 

Oak Knoll 
Development Co. 

(312)356-1330 
(312)587-8436 



SUPERBLY BUILT brick 
building In Grayslake 
commercial/industry loca- 
tion. Rent, buy, 
lease/purchase. You tell 
us. Available immediately, 
lease. SI 000 per month or 
buy for S79,900, • ' 

(312)223-8161 

days 
Mr. Kirchhardt 

6-TF-21 

SHARE DOWNTOWN An- 
lioch office on Main St. 
Ideal for professional or 
semi-professional. No 
lease required. Con in- 
clude minimal reception 
service. Call Bill 
Schroeder, 

(312)223-8161 

6-TF-7 

DESK SPACE. Grand Ave. 
office. Fox Lake. Monthly 
rent includes answering 
service. Call Bill 
Schroeder. 

(312)223-8161 
6-TF-6 




GRAYSLAKE - FOR SALE OR LEASE 



Almoit S.OOO *q. If. lolid brick 3 ilory bultding wilh heavy duly •)«■ 
trital inpui Ideal worehout* laniiliei 'Or ch«Kk wilh broker en met • 
13.60 »Q. (I. - leate or pur thoi« or 179.900, 

Calf J. Murrie 
POE & POf REALTORS 

352 Center Street 
Grayslake, Illinois 

(312) 223-8178 



FOR LEASE OR SALE 

Grayslake-General Business Zoned 
Brick 2 story building-5,000 sq. ft. -2 
floors. Air conditioned with gas hot 
water heat, heavy duty electrical 
input. Good downtown location, 
GREAT opportunity to begin your 
own business at reasonable rate. 
Large parking area. Lease at $1000 
per month or buy for $79,900. 

POE & POE 

(Formerly Murrie & Behm Realtors) 

352 Center St. — Grayslake, IL 

(312)223-8178 



* CROSSWORD PUZZLE * 



ACROSS 
1 Close Dy 

5 Acquire 

8 Window glass 

12 Greai Lake 

13 College cheer 

14 On too of 

15 Having heat 

16 Avenue 
(Abbr.) 
Radicals 

Comes into view 
Elf 

Foot part 
Exclamation 
Midday 

28 Wager 

29 Short tor Robert 
Shoemaker's 
tool (PI,) 
Cake ol soap 
Lady sailor 
Command to a 
horse 

34 Oeep hole 

35 Malt beverages 



17 
18 
21 
24 
25 
27 



30 

31 
32 
33 



36 Senior (Abbr.) 


37 Stem 


38 Oar 


40 Queen 


Elizabeth's 


country 


42 Corridor 


45 Hearing organ 


46 Decrees 


50 Aid 


51 Use a chair 


52 Dueling sword 


53 Matched pieces 


54 Attempt 


55 Shimmer 


DOWN 


1 Recently bought 


2 Time period 


3 Ventilate 


4 Stays 


5 Vine fruit 


6 Roof edge 


7 Movie house 



8 Pocketbook 



9 Monkey 

10 Bow the head 

1 1 Letier N (PI.) 

19 Pint (Abbr.) 

20 Decay 

21 Obstacles 

22 Strength . 

23 Part, m a play« 

25 Shabby dwelling 

26 Fat 

28 Flying mammal 

29 Hairless 

31 Largest 

32 Walks like duck 
34 Play on words 

37 Thaws 

38 Festive gathering 

39 Any one 

41 Den 

42 Possesses 

43 Abraham, to 
friends 

44 Allow 

47 Likely 

48 Tiny 

49 Stitch 





FOR SALE. Grizzly Bill's- 
Popular. Bait and Tackle 
store on Hwy. 70 'in Vilas 
Couniy Wi. Includes: Store, 
Self*Serv Gos Station, 
desirable 4 bedroom 
home, separate 2 bedroom 
home, all on 10 acres with 
trout stream, plus much 
more. $299,000 plus in- 
ventory. Call Bill at 
l-(7 15)588-3266 
Principals only 
6-9-16 



BE YOUR 
OWN BOSS 

Greai potential for the 
man who is handy and 
talented with cars. 
Auto body, repairs and 
paint. Shop all to go!! 
All equipment included 
in price. Overhead 
doors, great location 
on a heavily traveled 
highway. 2,000 sq. ft. 
office! Building can be 
purchased separately. 
S90.000. 

Century 21 

CARE REAL ESTATE 

(815) 385-8821 

Ask for Roye 



For Rent 



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30 ACRES form land for 
rent. Located in Spring 
Grove. 

(815)385-6513 
7.9.7 

CONDO ON Oaytona 

■ Beach. Efficiency, sleeps 4, 

5450 from May 3-Moy 16. 

(312)356-1497 

after 5;30p.m. 

7-11-8 



Grayslake 
Grand Opening 

Moore Court Apartments 

Rental Units from $420 

Immediate Occupancy 

Models Open Doily 
11 o.m. to 6 p.m. 

Luxury brand new 1 
& 2 bedroom apart- 
ments with large 
separate dining 

room, air condition- 
ing, dishwasher, 
carpet, laundry 
facility, balcony or 
patio, in private set- 
ting. 

Located off route 
120 one mile west of 
Route 83 to Neville 
Dr. left on Neville & 
follow signs. 

Or Call 

Marling Management 
(312)680.7700 



RICHMOND 
APARTMENTS 

1 morfth's free rent to 
qualified applicants, on 
new one year lease. 

1 and 2 bedroom apart- 
ments available. Color 
coordinated appliances 
and carpeting, laundry 
and playground 

facilities. From S395. 
For details please call: 

(312) 587-9277 



HIDDEN GLEN 
TOWNHOME 
IN FOX LAKE 

2 bedroom, den, 
balcony, patio, 
washer, dryer, cen- 
tral air, gas heat, 
1 Vi bath. Also swim- 
ming pool, tennis 
court and optional 
cable TV. 

$500 Per Month 

(312) 587-0030 



INGLESIDE 

LAKEVIEW 

APARTMENTS 

1 month's fr«« rent to 
Qualified Applicants. 

Spacious 1 and 2 
bedroom with wall to 
wall eapeting color coor- 
dianted appliances. Free 
heat and cooking gas; 
Chain Olakes neorby 
and more. For details, 
please call us. 

(312) 587-9277 



GARDEN 
QUARTERS 

1 month's free rent to 
qualified applicants, on 
new one year lease. 

1 and 2 bedroom apart- 
ments available in quiet 
residential area of 
McHenry. Includes: 
dishwasher, garbage 

disposal, wall-to-wall 
capeling, laundry facility 
and ample parking, For 
further information, call: 

(815)385-2121 



For Rem 



ZION 3 bedroom furnished 

apartment. All utilities ex- . 
cept heat. No pets, no 
drinking. : 

(312)872-4596 
after 5 p.m. 

. ^7-10-4— 

THREE lEDROOMS, two 
baths older two - story 
home with new gas * 
hot/water heating system. 
Stove and refrigerator. In 
downtown Genoa City 
(one mile north of Rich- 
mond), Within walking ■ 
distance of schools and 
, shopping. $385 monthly. 
(815)385-1974 . 
after 6 p.m. 
___ 7-9-148 -• 



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FEMALE ROOMMATE 

wanted /to share apart- 
ment. Round Lake Beach. 

(312)546-0255 

7-9.21 

MBERTYVILLE, 1 bedroom 
near Milwaukee Ave, New 
carpeting; spacious. Heat, 
water, stove, refrigerator 
furnished.. 2nd floor' of a 
charming' 2 flat. No- pets 
please. References 
required. 1 year's lease, 
available immediately. 
$400 per . month, plus 
security deposit. 

(312)367-8516 

7-9-41 

SPRING GROVE 

remodeled 2 bedroom 
apartment, $305, plus 
heat, electricity and 
deposit. 

(312)587-5560 

7-9-153 . 

IN FOX LAKE 2 bedroom 
upper flat of a 2 flat home,' 
new kitchen includes 
appliances, separate 
entrance, very clean and 
good location in town. 
.$350 per month. 

(312)546-0490 

7-9-50 

WAUCONDA. 2 bedroom, 
2 bath, 2nd floor condo, 
Bangs Lake, (Refrigerator, 
dishwasher, kitchen 
cabinets, electric range, 
carpeting, all are brand 
new) Fireplace, private 
patio, swimming pool, 
beach, priced below mid 
60's. 

(815)459-2966 

: 7-13-51 

SALEM, WIS., beautiful 
new, 2 bedroom apart- 
ments, stove, refrigerator, 
dishwasher, disposal 
included. Security locked, 
adults preferred. $345 to 
$375 monthly. 

(414)843-2504 
or. 

(414)843-3400 
7.Q./.1 



1 & 2 Bedroom 
Apartments 

available in a security 
building, heat furnished, 
air-conditioned, fully 
carpeted, appliances in- 
clude dishwasher. Patios, 
balconies, tennis courts 
and fishing on the lake. No 
pets. 

Monday • Friday, 9 1o 5. 

(312)356-2002 



GRAYSLAKE 
GLEN STREET 
APARTMENTS 

New, dtluie 7 bedroom opartmenti. 
Carpeting, oif coftdiliortlng, op- 
plionoi. foundry foctfilitt. Beoutiiul 
country letting r*or iak» and town. 
Immediate occupancy from: 

$460-$490 

lot • Routt 130. I mil* ntt ol 83 lo 
Nfvillt. turn Itll and follow lignt la 
US-IE Glen St.. Manager. Coll (or op- 
poimmtnl 10 o.m.-S p.m. w ttdnyt. 

Marling Management 
(312)660-7700 




a Rental Community 

500 Lakehurst Road 
(312) 689-4464 

Lakehurst West. is conveniently located 

just west ol" Lakehurst Mall 



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FURNISHED SLEEPING' 

rooms with kitchen and 
laundry privileges. $50 and : 
$60 per, week. Females 
preferred. 

(312)546-2030 

.before 5 p.m. 

__^_7.9-9 

GURNEE 1 bedroom 
apartment. Off street 
parking, new carpeting. 
storage area, no pets, 
$365, heat and • water 
included. Immediate 

occupancy. 

(312)360-9051 
7-9-17 

ZION SPACIOUS 3 

bedroom house, large 
country kitchen plus ap- 
pliances, 2 car garage, 
landscaped yard. $600 
month 

(312)724-6889 
7.909 — . 

LAKEFRONT sleeping 

room, Lake Villa area. 

Light kitchen privileges. 

(312)395-7291 

7-9-33 

HOUSE HUNTING? Find 
usl the home you're 
ooking for in Lakeland 
Newspapers' Classified. 
(312)223-8161 ' 




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ANTlOCH- 3 bedroom 

ranch, 2 car garage, beach 

rights. $550 per month. 

(312)395-5373 

-7-9-63- 




POLE BUILDINGS 



Horse Barns, 
Riding Arenas, 
Storage & Com- 
mercial Buildings 

and Fencing. . 

15 Years Experience 
Call Fred Doane at 

(414) 728-9006 

DOME 
CONSTRUCTION 



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1 Guide 

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Child Care Wanted 



CARING, dependable 
person to watch my special 
ed son, Friday and or 
Saturday evenings. My Fox 
Lake home. 

(312)587-6688 
14-9-49 



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Btip Wanted 



WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or an em* 
ployee, Lakeland's Em- 
ployment Guide will make 
your search a success. 
(312)223-8161 



Situations Wanted 



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STRUGGLING college 
student needs cleaning 
work. 

(312)223-9236 
16-9-52 



Help Wanted 



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EARN S4D0 to $1200 mon- 
thly 'part-lime, S2000 m 
$6000 monthly 'lull 'imo, 
(3121249-1924- 
17-11-36 



ATTENTION! 

Career with a future. ' 

II you hovo e»pen*n<e or natural 
optitude and denre la work hard 
to build o long f*rm linonciollr 
rewording | J ?0 000 to ITS 000 liril 
rcai) (or»«r Wilh ivbttontial in- 
create* each r"» *" lr < company 
poid flock bonut plan. We may 
ha.o what you or* looking lor. Wo 
or* a mullimillion dollar corpora- 
tion ond In (he procelt ol enpon- 
ding, our local Chicago area 
management ond talei force. 
Primarily working daytime 
bujiren houn wilh •■titling 
clienlv ond etlobl lining new onet 
with our uniqoe lervice. Our Sain 
lorce ii on* of lh* high**l pad in 
our induttry. It you leel you 
quality. -j,. 

Dennis Hoelzel 
Collect at: 
(815) 229-0943 

or 

send resume to 

P.O. Box 5127 

Rockford. IL 61125 



VILUGIOfWAIKOMOA 

OtPAITMEHT Of PUIUC WOtKS 

NOW accepting application* 
lor an experienced In- 
dividual In ihe maintenance 
ol ilreofi, water lyilemt, 
fewer fyitomi and heavy 
equiptment operation*. Ap- 
plication* are avaitabls" al 
the 

Department of Public 
Worfct, 302 Slocum *oad 
Wauconda, II. riling 

d*«dlln* March 14 lfM. 

Salary open 

Jeff Koester 

SuperinttndWf Of Public Worki 
Wauconda, IL 60084 



SHIFT SUPERVISOR 

Duties include: 

Supervise kit- 
chen and Service 
personnel. Com- 
petitive wage 
and benefits. 

Apply 

Pizza Hut 

2702 22nd St. 
N. Chicago, IL 

f q **1 Opportunity tuiplcyer 



CLERICAL/TYPIST 

Recreation Dept. Part-time days, 19-25 hours 
per week. Clerical, typing, bookkeeping and 
other recreational related duties. Must be 
High School graduate. 

MEN'S SOFTBALL LEAGUE SUPERVISOR 

Recreation Dept. Sundays [May 10- Aug. 10), 8 
hours per Sunday (weather pending), Field set 
up, league supervision. 20 years and older. 

CONTRACTUAL PARK MOWING 

Recreation Oept. Lin den hurst residents 14 
year, and older to mow, trim maintain small 
park areas April -November. Use own 
equipment. 

LABORERS 

Part-time summer, days, 40 hours per week 
from end of May to mid August. 18 years and 
older. Two openings in Sewer & Water, one in 
Public Works Departments. 

APPLY IN PERSON 

Village off LindenKurst 

2301 E, Sand Lake Rd. 
Undenhurst, IL 

Equal Opportunity Employer 



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To work with teachers in special education 
classrooms in. the following areas: 
Wauconda. Libertyville, Mundelein, and 
Lake Zurich. 

To Apply Call: 

(312)623-0021 

Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

Special Education District 
of Lake County 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 



ELECTRONIC BENCH TECHNICIAN 
P.C. Board Repair 

Assignments require ability to 
troubieshoot and repair defective 
printed circuits and electronic sub- 
assemblies to the component level. 
Knowledge of linear and digital elec- 
tronics a must. High school plus elec- 
tronic technical training and 3 years of 
HANDS ON experience required. 




Apply At 

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Seomo m* Litl-Truc* todutiry Since two 

95 S. Route 83 Grayslake, Illinois 

(312)223-1000 

Equal Opportunity Employer 




BRING US 
YOUR SKILLS 

Our growing group of Illinois and Wisconsin 
Newspapers has several opportunities open 
now in a fast-paced, exciting field. 

Classified 
Real Estate Sales 

Our classified department Is seeking an ambitious 
self-starter to develop the real estate market. We 
are looking for o person who can.seo the potential 
in o situation and strive for a goal. 

Some experience In advertising sales, or real 
estate is preferred, but we will train an on- 
Ihusia&tic individual with a desire to succeed in 
sales. A willingness to start at the beginning and 
develop potential is a must. 

We offer " salary, commission and company 
benefits. II you would tike to pursue this t/owih 
opportunity please send resume tat 

Hugh Jones 

Classified Manager 

Retail /Display 
Advertising Sales 

Lakeland Newspapers is looking for a uniquely 
qualified person for our sales department. The ap- 
plicant must be a self-motivator, highly organized 
and very dependable. This job wilf involve sales 
calls outside the office. 

The applicant must demonstrate skills In interper- 
sonal communications, creativity ond personal 
responsibility. The applicant will work with a 
minimum amount of supervision. Since this posi- 
tion involves making contacts oirtside the main of- 
fice, a car is necessary and mileage compensation 
will be made. 

f his job is not an easy one, but If you are persis- 
tent, outgoing, dependable, responsible and 
organized, you will bo a success. 

Contact Bill Schroeder Jr. 

Marketing Manager 

To investigate any of these opportunities, con- 
tact the Individual listed, or call us today. 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 

(312)223-8161 

30 S. Whitney , P.O. Box 268 
Grayslake, IL 








JOB OPPORTIMTIES 

FOR WORKERS OVER AGE 55 

Who are "INCOME ELIGIBLE" 

SOCIAL SECURITY INCOME 

is NOT INCLUDED in our 

eligibility determination 

C AIX E VELTO AT; 

(312) 249-2200 

The Private Indmtry Council 
' of Lake County 





HOMEMAKERS 

Community Care Systems, Inc. has im- 
mediate part-time openings for 
homemakers and Housekeepers in Lake 
County to work for Senior Citizens. 
Prefer individuals with car and car in- 
surance. High School Diploma or its 
equivalent required. 

Call 
(312)360-0236 

Equal Opportunity Employer - 



DENTAL ASSISTANT 
DENTAL HYGIENIST 

Immediate opening for experienced denial 
hygienist and dental assistant. Both cnairside 
and administrative background will be most 
useful. 

We provide assistance to area dentists, during 
maternity leaves, vacations, sickleaves and 
busy periods. 

Come join us at Manpower as we expand our 
health care service. 

You'll earn good wages, receive fringe 
benefits, and enjoy a flexible schedule. 

For more information and an appointment 

Call 

(312) 623-6880 (3 1 2) 949-4 1 00 

Gurnoe Mundelein 

equal opportunity employer M/F 



CHILD CARE SPECIALIST 

Allendale, a residential treatment center 
for emotionally - behaviorally disturbed 
youths, is offering a tremendous oppor- 
tunity for undergraduates in the human 
services 

We seek energetic, outgoing and 
motivated persons interested in the area 
of child welfare. Must be 21 years or 
older. 

Allendale offers excellent benefits and a 
salary of $1 2,000 to $20,000 range. 

Call (312)369-2331 

^0^^ Or Send Resume To: 

^j(K Becky Farrell 
^H 1^ Allendale School 



P.O. Box 277 
Lake Villa, Illinois 



MAINTENANCE MECHANICS (Manufacturing) 
Production Maintenance 

We have an immediate opening for a responsible 
Individual with 3 to 5 years exporJenco maintaining 
production, preferably thermo-vacuum forming or 
packaging. Own tools required. Must be willing to 
work overtime and Saturdays when necessary. Also 
need to be flexible with schedule. 

In return we offer excellent working conditions in 
our clean, modern air conditioned plant and a 
benefit program including basic health and major 
medical Insurance, profit shoring and much morel 

General Building Maintenance 

We have on immediote opening for a responsible 
Individual who can work Independently and who 
has a good working knowledge of air compressors, 
high pressure steam boilers and related process' 
water systems. -Some knowledge of HVAC systems 
helpful. Must be willing to work overtime and Satur- 
days when necessary. Also needs to be flexible 
with schedule. 

In return, we offer excellent working conditions in 
our clean, modern air conditioned plant and benefit 
program Including bask health and major, medical 
Insuronce, profit snaring and much morel 

Salary for both of these position is commensurate 
with experience 

Apply In person or Call: 

SOLO CUP CO. 

1700 Old Deerfield Rd. 
Highland Park, IL 60035 

(312) 831-4800 



MAINTENANCE 
MAN 

Mutt have - refrigeration 

knowledge and looti, Year 

round work and benefits. 

Nlppenlnfc Retort 

toute 1 Genoa City Wl 

Fritz Koe>hit 



FOREMAN 

Com (ruction and Maintenance. 
Experience detlroble. 

Van Zolit, Inc. 

Wadiworlh 

(312)623.3900 



COUNTER WOMAN 

ft»liat)l« and copablt woman wonlta 
to handl* vorlely of dull** related to 
prrxettlng cloth** in dry cleaning 
operation. Toko charge perton 
•liberal Earning*. • 

TOM'S CLEANERS 

46-4 W. Liberty Si. 

Wauconda, IL 

(312) 526-3650 



SCHOOL SECRETARY 

12-Month Position 

Typing, shorthand, and office management 
skills required. Ability to deal with students 
with special needs and school staff. Previous 
experience In school or agency serving 
children preferred. 
Send resume and letter of application to; 

Lucille Eber 
Allendale School 

P.O. Box 277, Lake Villa, IL 60046 
(312)356-3334 



Art Ten Temporarily Unemployed? 

Between job» or o recent gradual* 
ond need temporary or roguolr 
heallh iniurance coverage? 

Cell Slate Firm Aoenl 
■ofcSlMgtl«1{312)3M-2ni 

About iKort'lerm or regular 
hospital > surgical Insurance. 



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INfUejkHCI 



State Farm Mutual 

Automobile Insurance Company 
Home Office, Bloomlngton, III. 



Applications Now Being Accepted For 

CUSTODIAN 

Full Time 

Housekeeping and General Maintenance. 
Mature, Responsible, Neat Appearing 
Gentleman. 

Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Apply In Person 

Monday - Friday 

9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 

306 Peterson Rd. (Hwy. 137) 

Libertyville, 



TEACHERS, 
AIDES, SUBS. 

For pre-school in 
Round Lake. Full 
and part-time, ex- 
cellent benefits. 

Call: 

(312)5464383 



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To The Office Nearest You. . . Or Use 

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P.O. Box 268 
Grayslake, IL 60030 



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CERTIFIED 

NURSING 

ASSISTANT 

A lull time position 
available in our geriatric 
care facility. Duties in- 
clude primary care of 
residents. Help our 
residents lead a richer 
lifestyle through your 
care. 

Libertyville Manor 

610 Peterson Rd. 
Libertyville, IL 

(312) 367-6100 



SALES/ 
MANAGEMENT 

a subsidiary of one of the 
largest financial corpora- 
tion is looking lor people 
who ore: 

•Aggressive and self- 
motivated 

•Want to earn a minimum 
ol $25,000 in the first year 
with future potential of 
$50,000 plus. 

•Are interested in 

management oppor- 
tunities 

•Con handle a rigorous 
training program 
•Want the security of 
salary with the opportunity 
of commission 
•Have a , college degree 
and/or the equivalent 
business-experience. 

Send Resume Only: 

Horace Mann Companies 

776 Green leaf Street 

Gurnee, IL 60011 



TOOL & DIE MAKER 

2nd & 3rd Shift 

Leading manufacturer of aluminum foil and ' 
plastic containers located in the northwest 
suburbs offers excellent opportunity for an 
experienced Tool & Die maker. 

Free major medical, dental and life insurance, 
1 1 paid holidays, medical department, credit 
union and free pension plan. 

Please Contact Roy Orr At 
(312)459-1500, ext. 238 

& EK'CO PRODUCTS, INC. 

^^ 777 Wheeling Rd., Wheeling, lit. 60090 

An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 




Aries (Mar. 21-Apr. 191 Some situations start to sim- 
mer; others come to a boil. Handle the most volatile first: 
the others will prove easier to deal with. Keep a cool 
head. 

Taurus (Apr. 20-May 20) You're going to have to do 
some deeper digging into your usually well-developed 
memory bank to be sure you recall all details that per* 
tain to a newly revived event. 

Gemini (May 2 l-.Iune 20) Avoid being stung by an ill- 
prepared approach to a new challenge. Become a busy 
Be!" Be wary. Be sure. Be upon all the facts available 
to you. 

Cancer (June 21-Jul. 20) Explore more. Dig more deep- 
ly. Many hidden facts lie waiting to be uncovered. Resist 
the impulse to merely skim the surface or you may find 
you're a victim of a scam. 

Leo (Jul. 21- Aug. 22) The temptation to start from 
scratch is strong/but there are lingering situations you 
must deal with. Don't ignore anything that may prove 
important in the future. 

Virgo (Aug. 22-Sept. 22) An acquaintance leaves a 
curious message for you. Don't get upset. Instead, set 
out to get the facts. Avoid reacting on a purely emo- 
tional level. 

Libra (SepL 23-Oct 22) The operative word at this time 
is construction. Build on existing relationships. Look for 
new friendships to come out of new situations. 

Scorpio |Oct. 23-Nov. 21) The battle of the sexes could 
be heating up. Heartwarming feelings turning into hot 
anger can shrivel a relationship. Turn down the 
thermostat. 

Sagittarius (Nov. 22- Dec. 21) Cooperation increases 
between you and your co-workers. Together you can 
achieve the goals you've set. At home, the same sense 
of togetherness prevails. 

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) The chances for chang- 
ing your plans at this time depend on how quickly you 
can act. Contact everyone involved and be candid with 
your reasons. 

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Fcb. 18) Fitness is the key to suc- 
cess in all areas at this time. Feel your best so you can 
do your best in each new effort you face. Progress is 
favored. 

Pisces (Feb. 19-Mar. 20) Watch your health more 
carefully than you have of late. Don t let an easily cor- 
rected problem get out of hand. Care for yourself because 
others arc for vou too. 
© 1986, The McNaught Syndicate, Inc. 



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TYPIST $500 weekly at 
home, information? Send 
self addressed envelope, 
L. Calhoun 25816 Brodie, 
Ingleside, 11.60041. 
_-.1712-44 r 

JOB TRAINING 
OPPORTUNITIES 

We turn 11 Z4 i mmed ui e oppor- 
tunities in our mining propim lor 
imb<t«us punt Ptopie undtl 25. We 
*iH (tain you, with pay in one ol ovei 
70 technical aieai - yw choose the 
one you want We oiler food stalling 
pay, with itfuEar ' raws; also,' paid 
medical/denUI plan, 30 days paid 
racatiofl and eren the chance Id do 
some wortd trailing, the job security 
hue it (be. best anyvhere. This may 
be for you: find out by calling 1-800- 
9424839 in Illinois, or 1400-323- 
4001 in Indiana. 9 a.m. - 3:30 -p.m., 
Moflday-lhutsday. Minorities ate en- 
couraged lo apply. 




DENTAL ASSISTANT 
WAUCONDA AREA 

Foil poced multi-facet otlke, •«■ 
p+ti»nc necessary retefencet re- 
quired. Four day w»*k/two mn- 
logs. Salary «ommeniur«rt» with ■■• 
DM |*tk«, nondord b«r»tit package 
Included. For Interview call 

(312) 5262831 



PART TIME 

ENCODER 

We presently hove o port lime 
poiiilon available in our en- 
coding department 3 otternoont 
per Week plui Saturday!. Outlet 
are microencoding ol bank 
document! uiing Burroughs 55O0 
ond S600 encoder*. Ideal can- 
didate ihould be proficient on a 
10 key odding machine, flanking 
or bookkeeping experience 
helpful. 

For Appointment Please 

Contact ' 

PVIMIEI 

PtOCESSINGCOtP. 

Mundeleln, It 

(312) 566-4*01 



PHOTO SALES 

$500 per week minimum 
guaranteed after first two 
weeks of training on com- 
mission. Show to mothers 
beautiful color photos ol 
their babies already taken. 
Pleasant congenial selling 
practically pro-sold. By ap- 
pointment only. Cor is 
necessary. Port-time posi- 
tions olso available.-.' 

Call 

(312)524-0303 



OFFICE HELP 

Looking For That Perfect 
Part Time Position? 

HERE IT IS! 

Legal publishing firm has 
several entry level, part 
time positions available in 
our new modem offices 
located In RIVERWOODS 
(Lake Cook Rd/Milwaukee 
Ave). We are seeking 
friendly, outgoing people to 
handle a variety of in- 
teresting duties. Typing 40 
wpm required. Must be 
able to work independently 
& accept responsibility. 
Prior experience in o 
business environment o 
plus, but not necessary. For 
appointment call personnel 
between 9 am-3 pm. 

COMMERCE 
CLEARING HOUSE 

(312)583-8500 

equal opportunity tmployH a'l/Wh 



LIFEGUARDS 

Certified in pool main- 
tenance/operation a must. 
Available to work from 
Haruj m to l*r fey. 
Contact: 

(815) 459-9187 



FIELD STAFF 
SUPERVISOR 

QUALITY CARE, a leading 
home health care company, 
is looking lor a FIELD STAFF 
SUPERVISOR, mature In- 
dividual with good com- 
munication skills ond 2 years 
supervisory experience and 
home health, experience. 
Job requirements include: 
staffing home health 
employees, and general 
clerical duties. SI2.000 
salary, plus net profit bonus. 

Send Resume; 

Quality Care 

Attn: Steve Voynovich 

21 N. Skokie Mwy. Suite 21-302 
Lake Bluff. II 60064 

or Call: 

(312)249-5530 

Won. • Fri. 9 o.m. lo 5 p.m. 



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/•_, TURRET 
OPERATOR JL 

^ Some Experience Essential ^ m 
Must be able to read inspection 
instruments and blue prints. 

Benefits Including Hospitalization 
jl Apply In Person 
8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

J.E. HOFFMAN & CO. 

739 N. Lake 
Mundelein, Illinois 
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 





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Applications Are Now Being Accepted For 

RETAIL SALES 

And 

MAIL ORDER CLERKS 

Full And Port-Time 

Flexible Hours 

English or Western Riding Experience Helpful, 
jtmtyvu. Apply In Person 

Mail] - Friday, 9:00 ub. to 5:30 }m 

306 Peterson Rd. (Hwy. 137} 
Libertyville, III. 




*TELLER 
* BOOKKEEPER 

Experience Preferred, But Not Man- 
datory. Will Train The Right Individual. 

40 Hour Work Week. Includes Friday 
P.M. And Saturday. Excellent Fringe 
Benefits. 

Apply In Person 

Vernon B. Paddock 




Gurnee National Bank 

Grand Avenue at Route 21 
Gurnee, Illinois 60031 

(312)244-6620 



• EARN E*TRA money. 
Work close to home. Bean 
Avon Lady. 

(312)566-0990 
.. — =17:TF-37i T - = _ 
EASY ASSEMBLY work! 
S6O0 per 100. 'Guaranteed 
payment. No ex- 
pertence/no sales/Details 
send sejf-addressed stam- 
ped envelope: Elan Vital 
6255 3418 Enterprise Rd.. 
Ft. Pierce, FL 33482 

17-11-5- - ,- 

STUDENTStft Now is the 
time to lock-in your 
summer job with the 
Illinois- National Guard I I 
Right now the Guard is 
ottering you: Summer jobs 
paying about $1100 for 2 

• months training, Enlist- 
ment bonuses up to S20OO, 
100 percent tuition paid 
college scholarships, part- 
time pay over $1200 per 
year. If you're a student 17 
years old or older and 
you're thinking summer, 
think Illinois National 
Guard, a part-time job 
with full time benefits. 
Your future is now. Call for 
details and appointment. 

1 -{600)252-2972 
17-9-11 



CLEANING - JANITORIAL 



p*Opl* «mO Or* [minify 
*mplor*tl and want fa iuppl«m*nl 
ih#it Utfom* pail Itme ma«nlngi p 6-10 
AM. 7 deri V»t mA, Monday 
■Sunday, (to lot™ don oil) In Vornon 
Hill*. 

hptiimt rmttuxy . Mint hovo own 
trontpotioJpon. 

To apply, coll collect: 4M-371 33» bet- 
I0AM-3PM 



GOLF COURSE 

MAINTENANCE 

PERSON 

Full time, year round peti- 
tion. Experienced in golf 
course maintenance and In 
the repair and 
maintenance of, golf cars 
preferred. 

Apply In Person 

Round l*iArtor*rkDitfrkt 

916 W. Rollins Rd. 
Round Lake Heights, IL 

equal opportunity employer M/F 



MAINTENANCE 
MECHANIC 

Chemical manufacturer tn 
Gurnee, looking for varied 
experience In plant 
maintenance. Woutd alio 
prefer some welding and 
eleclrical experience. Good 
Company bervelils. 

Apply At: 

mascr 

CHEMICALS, INC 

3938 Poroll Drive 
Gurnee. If. 60031 

Equot Opportunity Employer M/F 



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GURNEE 

HOLIDAY 

INN 

Is Now Taking 
Applications 
For All 

Departments 
And All Shifts. 

Apply In Person 

Gurnee 
Holiday Inn 

6161 W. Grand Ave. 
Gurnee, Illinois 



PAVILION OF 

HIGHLAND PARK 

(Under New Management) 

C.N.A. 

7 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
3 p.m. to 11 p.m. shifts 
Call for an appointment 

Pat Dziedzic R.N. 

-Director of Nursing 

(312) 432-9143 



GOVOtHMIMT JOB 

$16,040$59 1 230/yr. 

Now Hiring. Call: 
1-M5-697-6000 

Ext.R-4458 

for current federal list. 



LEGAL SECRETARY 

Fox Lake Law Firm 

Full lime. For informa- 
tion carl' 

(312) 587-2531 



GENERAL OFFICE 

Fox Lake Area 

Mature perron preterred and 
mutt b* good ryplil. Dull** will 

Include liTlng. billing, telephone 
ond mltcelionaouii Full or pod 
lime.- 

For interview colt 
<3 12) 5870640 



. MATURE 

PERSON 

to auisi In Lake Forest Mini* 
Mart. Part time, possible lull 
lime. J4.TO to start. 

Call: 

George 
(312) 234 0070 



' Bvtitms Ooportvnitoi 



t to/ HUNDRED, securing- 
stuffing envelopes. Offer* 
details: Rush stdmped self 
addressed envelope. 
Imperial-P X17410. Fort 
Lauderdale, FL 3331 B. 
1B-12-54 

PART-TIME ond full time 
earning opportunities. Set 
your own pace. 

(312)2230756 4, 
18-9-55 



Market 




WANT A career in travel? 
Eight week course. 
Housing available on 
campus. Call or write for 
information: Midwest 
Travel Institute, i301 W. 
Lombard, Davenport, IA 
52804 

1- (3 19)322-1690 
21-9-13 



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THE EMCEE "A 

professional show should 
hove a professional em- 
cee" 

Marcel la A. Hardin 
Woukegan, III. 60085 

(312)360-0115 
30-TF-81 - 



CLIP AND SAVE 

A PUPPET 
MARIONETTE SHOW 

Special shows for spetiol occasions, 
Dtltahtful tfltertoinment for 
children's btfifcdoy and hofidoy 
parties. 

(312) 336-9247 



PUPPIES-Pomeranian/- 
Miniature Collie mix. 5- 
months old. smalt, house 
broken. Free to good 
home. 

(414)537-4728 

or 

(414)889-4558 

5 \. 9.3 

AKC SPRINGER Spaniel 

puppies. Top field stock, 
tails done, dew claws, first 
shots, 4 females, 2 males, 
liver/white, black/white, 
$200 each. 

(312)7463724 
Waukegan area 

51-9-4 

GERMAN SHEPHERDS 
AKC champion lines. $250- 
$350. . 

(312)223-8098 
evenings 

51-9-21— -. 

AKC GOLDEN Retriever 

puppies. 6 weeks old. 

(414)857-2767 

after 5 p.m. 

51-9-48— 



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HEED A handyman? Call 
Don King. Quality work, 
reasonable rates. 

(312)395-3871 
35-9-60 

BUYERS AND Sellers come 
together every week in 
Lakeland Classified. 
(312)223-8161 



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Local or Ovonma* 
JOB RESUME. S9.00 

and up. We do It all Expert 
writing, typing ond printing. 

JLMEKCAN HSUMI SOVtO 

2&05 B«l*td»r« at Cf«*n Boy 

Suit* 200 

Woukegan. tl 

(312) 662-1551 



CLASSIC HOME Hammond 
organ. Full-size. Two 
manuals, bar settings. Will 
consider any reasonable 
offer. Original model. 

(312)587-5370 

52-TF-S7 

HAMILTON BY Baldwin 
Grand piano with bench, 
excellent condition, 
$3,500. 

(312)356-2268 

52-9-96 

7 PIECE Tama drum set 
including Zildjian cymbals, 
heavy duly hardware. Rolo 
tomsand cases. $800 or 
best offer for all. 

(312)3620090 
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FREE ESTIMATE 
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70 GALLON fish aquarium 
complete with all filters, 
pumps; lights, everything 
except stand. Dynoton 
filter negotiable $200. 
(312)587.8108 

57-9124 

KIRBY VACUUM cleaner 
with some accessories, 
$300. 

(312)546-4263 
between 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 

. 57-9-128 • 

12 CU. FT. chest type 
froe/er, like new, $200. 
(312)546-5298 
579-141 



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OLSON , BOGOLIN & CO. 

2 So. Lake Street 

Grayslake, IL 60030 

(312) 223-6448 

•General Accounting Service 
•Financial and Management Service 
•Pension and Profit Sharing Plans 
•Taxes: Consultation; Planning; 
Research and Audit 



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COMPUTER KAYPRO 

11 /83 with Wordstar; 
mail mergeS more. $650. 
(312)537-5611. 
: 68-9-69 — 




inch color Sylvania 
hsale, walnut cabinet. 

BO. 

(312)367-1914 

ofler 5:30 p.m. 

57-9-22 

VLF PRICE!! Large 
ling arrow signs'$299! 
ihled, nan-arrow $2791. 
■cc letters I Warranty, 
lily low left this prlce s 
U locally. Foctory: 
1.(800)423-0163 
anytime 
57-9-14- 

O MATCHING Kohler 
nily sinks. Distinctive 
.d. S90 each, $150 pair. II 
urchosed as pair, will 
delude while vanity with 
lock slale finish Formica 

(312)587-5370 

57-TF-56 

LAIN PAPI* copy 
.lachine, goad quality, 
[ ulomolic. sell $495/best. 
{312)729-4146 

57-9-3 

>HOTOS FOR all oc- 

4,oiii. Wedding 

bpecialtst. Professional 

Ltlui'os for affordable 

In n <?>.. Coll Bruce C. Coif y. 



312)356-2230 



57-1334 



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1 STURDY WOOD ond glass 
dining loble and 4 choirs. 
S700now. Will sell for $200 

lirm. 

(312)244-4170 
59-9-72 

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OPEN YOUR home by 
hosting a high school 
exchange student from 
Europe, Australia or 
Japan. Call American 
InicKuhurol Student 
Exchange: Toll free 
1-(800)SIBLING 
62-9-15 




AUCTION 

Hay and Straw 

1st Saturday 
Every Month 

Certified Tesing 

•Shavings 'Straw 

•Hay •Horio Feed 

Available. Every Day 
For Information Call 

CHARLES HORTON 

AND SONS 
(414)857-2113 



CARD READINGS and 

horoscopes, 

(312)438-3472 ' 
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LOSE WEI6HT r >-nulri. 

tionatly. 97 percent ef- 
fective. 

(312)249,1924. . 

63- 1.1 -37 

METAL DETECTORS tor 
land and underwater. 
Trade ins accepted. 
(312)395-7191 

63-9-58— 

TIRED OF suffering from 
back pains, try 
reflexology. 

(312)7400905 
— ^_63-9-152 



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NEED PARTS for Johnson 
17 foot deluxe runabout. 
1965 through 1969. Call 
anytime. 

(312)587-4876 

73-9-40 '—. 

14 ft. CUSTOMIZED 

aluminum boat with trailer 

& motor 8 accessories. 

(312)623-4907 

(312)945-7940 

extn 435 

—1 73-9-68 

THINK SPRING! 24 ft. 
pontoon "Flote Boat", has 
oversized pontoons, full 
furniture all the way 
around, fiberglass canopy, 
full set of mooring/storage 
canvas, 85 hp. Mercury 
engine, (2) gas tanks, 
extra prop, $5,800. 
(312)395-2138 
73-9-145 



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CASH FOR gold, silver, 
diamonds, coins and 
antiques. William H. LTD 
420 Sheridan Rd.. High- 
wood, II. 

(312)433-5595 
. — 60-9-156 



OLD DOLLS, wanted 
Antique to modern, e Top 
prices paid. 

, (312)674-9393 

^-60-12-5— 

SMAMT CAM Buyers shop' 
Lakeland Classified first. 





Wanted 

Mission 
Oak 



Furniture, hand hammered metal work 
and lighting signed or unsigned by 
Gustav and L & JG Stickley, Roycroft, 
Limert, Etc. Art pottery* by Teco, SEG, 
Rookwood, Etc." 



CALL PAUL 
Collect (312) 362-2018 




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SINGING GROUP socking 
keyboard player or 
organist. 

(312)360-0115 

offer 5 p.m. daily 

64-TF-23— 




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Found 



YOUNG YELLOW lab. 
mixed breed found 
Pistakee Highlonds/Spring 
Grove area, Sunday. 

(312)587-5560 

; 66-9-154 

FEMALE MORRIS type cat 
found in linden hursl area, 
Briar Lane, approximately 
9 months old, front paws 
declawed, very thin. 

(312)356-6496 
after 6 p.m. 

FOUND FRIDAY February 
21. Lake Villa area. 132 
and Fairfield Rd. 1 male 
black over brown dog, 
choke collar and broken 
rope. i ■ 

(312)356-5831 
66-9-47- 



FOUND, SMALL black 
Pekingese dog, while In 
front, four white paws, 
orange coloring on bock 
legs, curly tall ond short 
ears. 

(312)546-3183 
=66-9-146- 



1W1 WILDERNESS 21 ft. 

trailer, sleeps 4, picture 

window, awning, like new. 

(312)223-3335 

74-9-121 

19M STARCRAFT camper, 
sleeps 6, $2300, 

(312)566-0850 
— 74 r 9- ) ?4- r— 



1912 CHEVY Conversion 
Van, 6 cylinder, automatic, 
AM/FM, 4 captains chairs, 
couch and bed, great for 
travel or party! $7,000 or 
offer. 

(312)546-6569 

75-9-76 

1979 CHEVY Beauville 
window van, air, cruise, 
tilt, dual heaters, 350 V8, 
$4,000. 

(312)587-8351 

75-9-122— 

1977 CHIVY van, 4 wheel 
drive, good condition. 
$3000 or best offer. 
(312)356-7408 

75-9-13 9- 



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ADZT15H 

March 1, Saturday, 7:00 p.m. 

Rts. 120 & 83 Grayslake (312) 223-9890 

Eicrci&o equipment, bikes, bench press, mots', rowing 
mcKhlnos. hand weights, cats, tents (all ttios) camping 
i'oves, coolers, boat ladder, gun rack, rackets, tennis, 
rocquelboll, golf bag, car, raincoat, cross bow, baw & ar- 
row larget. arrows, basketballs, board, hoop, old lime 
furniture, wood trunks, lamps, wood shelf, plant stands, 
P'ng Pong table. Lawn games, volleyball, badminton, 
dan board, fishing poles, boxes, fish finder, outrigger, 
pottablo toilet, fish net. battery & propane lontarn, 
pooliiicks, rock, Blown Glass. Ceramics. 

* 

New Gilts For Eoitor, Mother's & Father's Oay 

Tho Black H Blue Sitter Will •* Her* Signing Potters 
_ Morth 1 , From 6: JO p.m. to 7i M y JW. 

Thursday, February 27, 1986 



1912 HONDA Nighthawk . 
black, 750cc, mint con- 
dition, low miles, $1 ,650 or 
best offer. 

(312)336-8250 

after 5 p.m. 

-76-9-1 00 

MARKETPLACE for smart 
shoppers, that's Lakeland 
Classified. . 

1977 KAWASAKI 750cc. 
nice bike, lots new. runs 
qood and quick. 

(312)526-6527 
—76-9-142. 

A LAKELAND News- 
paper's Classified ad can 
help you turn unwanted 
Hems into cosh. To sell 
almost anything, jusl call 
our office nearest you. 
(312)223-8161 - 



1M3 HOLDER sailboat, 

.weekender package, 2 
soils, bow pulpit, forward 
hatch, built-in running 
lights, adjustable motor 
mount, cloth interior, sink, 
sleeps 4, with motor & 
trailer, $4,900. 

" (312)526-1204 

. 73-9-149 

1914 BAYLINER 2450 
Cierra Sunbridge cruiser 
with custom. trailer, used 
only 46 hours. Almost all 
options. $25,500 must see 
to appreciate. 

(312)356-7203 

weekdays 

after 5:30 , 

■ or 

(312)356-9696 

leave message 

73-9-25 



CHRISCRAFT 

1%7 31 Foal Canmandw. (ib«gla»». 
rvcwilly rebuilt 37? Onrif Engirm, 
•loplionollr good condition. 176,500 
or boil oH. r , 

(312) 356-7513 Days 
(312) 356-6455 Evenings 



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1971 FORD F350 4x4 

pickup truck, with 
hydroturn plow $3700. 
(312)740-0515 

77-9-27 

19M BRONCO 2 Eddy 
Bauer interior, 4x4, 
loaded, excellent con- 
dition. Lifetime corrosion, 
■ approximately 12,000 
miles. Warranty good until 
24,000 miles 

(312)689-9303 . 

77-9-33 

2 CUSTOM built heavy 
duty trailers, 5x8, 6x10, 
with plonk flooring. 
(414)857-7421 

77-1062 

1977 DODGE Club Cab 
pickup truck with over- 
sized cap, 318 cu.' in., 
automatic, power 
steering. AM/FM, $1,500 
or best offer. 

(312)395-6895 
(312)395-0830 
- 77-9-73 




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1913 HONDA Shadow 
motorcycle 500, bought 
brand new in Spring of 
1985, 6,000 miles, well 
maintained, $1,400 or best 
offer. 

(312)546-3613 
after 6 p. mi 

76-9-89 — = 

1912 KAWASAKI 550 LTD, 
with accessories, low 
miles, adutt driven, must 
sell. 

(312)587-8689 

76-9-78 

HUP IT 

FAST 

With Lakeland 



1979 FORD F150, 4x4 

pickup, good ' condition, 

$3500 or best offer : - 

(312)223-8706 

aflr6p,m. 

_ 77-9-126— 

1941 FORD F-3 one ton 
pickup, ,6 cylinder, 4 
speed, utility body, new 
battery and exhaust, twin 
spotlights, looks and runs 
great, good for business or 
personal use, $1 ,650. 
(312)587-9351 

77-9-112 ' 

1913 FORD Ranger XL, 4 
wheel drive, 2.8 litre, V6..4 
speed, short box, new cop, 
AM/FM cassette wilh EQ, 
sharp truck. $6500 or best 
offer. 

(312)223-4325 

77-9-1 13 

1976 FORD F250 truck, 
with cop. Well cared for r - 
runs good, must sell. $1650 
or best offer: 

(312)395-3509 
after 5 p.m. 

77-9-125 

1911 DODGE pickup, D150, 
6 cylinder, good condition, 
$4,200. 

(312)526-7255 , 

— 77-9-135 

MARKETPLACE for smart 
shoppers, that's Lakeland 
Classified. 



1972 SMOKEY camper 
trailer, sleeps 6, toilet, 
refrigerator, stove, oven, 
has battery, asking, $2000 
no less. Goad condition. 

(312)546-2967 

(312)546-5298 
T7 *? 7 A 
1979 GMC Brigadier, 
equipped with -V6 92 
Detroit,. 9 speed Fuller 
trans, with 21' Freuhauf 
dump trailer, sell os unit. 

(312)546-7320 

77-9-75 : — 

1973 F7fM) dump truck, 
good condition, $4,200, '" 

(312)566-4220 

— 77-9-77 — 

1912 DODGE . Rampage, 
. black, automatic with 
fiberglass cap, good 
condition, $4,400 or best 
offer; 

(312)336-4662 

77-11-80 

19M BRONCO II, power 
steering, power brakes, 
air conditioning, cruise, tilt 
wheel, stereo cassette, 
sunroof, 40,000 miles, 
$9,500. 

(312)438-3624 

. -77-9-95 

19M % ton Chevy, 4 wheel 
drive, new tires, and many 
new parts, good work 
horse, $600, 1976 VW 
Rabbit, $800. 

(312)223-3307 
77-91 3 1 

fIND A JOB, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified. 



31 FT. TANDEM axle Low 
Boy semi-trailer, $1,750 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-0198 

77-9-143 

1971 CHEVY Suburban, 
'overhauled 305 engine, 
good transportation, 
$2,600 or best offer. 

(312)546-7305 ,.' 

-77-9-1 16 

1979 CHEVY 4x4 '/» ton. 
350/ 4 barrel, automatic, 
'western plow,, aluminum 
cop, $4500 or best offer. 
- (312)546-5018 
after 5 p.m. 
77-9- 1 32 



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GAROEN TRACTOR-16 

H.P., 42" mower deck, 40" 
snow thrower. Excellent 
condition. $1900/olfer. 

(312)356-9131 

78-9-26 ' 

TRACTOR John Deere 650. 
4 wheel drive, 140 hours, 
includes front end loader, 
.post hole digger, box 
scrapper, bush- hog, 5 ft.*, 
trim mower, plus 5200 
pounds owens tilt bed 
trailer. $9000 or best offer. 

(414)857-7740 
_ -78-9-45 



.1971 BARRON 12 x 65 2 

bedroom with range and 
refrigerator, air con- 
ditioning, carpeting and 
drapes. $2,500 must leave 
park. Beach Mobile Home 
pork, 38703 Sheridan Rd. 
Zion.lll. 

(312)662-4245 
—79-9-10 

1967 VINDALE 12' x 65' 

Mobile home with 7' x 14" 
tipout. 3 bedroom, living 
room, dining room, kit- 
chen, bath. Very good 
move in condition. Im- 
mediate occupancy I 
(312)223-3500 
Ext. 221 
Bill Schmoll 
Grayslake National Bank 
79-9-98 



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HUB CAPS-Buv and sell. 
1000's in stock. Country" 
Collector, Wilmot.-WI. 
. (414)862-2914 
81-10-25 

RED CAMPER shell for 
Chevy short bed, insulated 
and paneled, $85. 

(312)546-6174 
81-9-105 



1980 3/4 TON FORD 
PICKUP TRUCK 

4 sp., 4 wheel drive, power 
steering and brake;, wilh 
Western hydra snowplow. 

Submit Bids To 

l«k* Vlllo School DIsf . *r* 1 
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Lak* Villa, ILi 



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MOBILE HOME for sale. 

(312)546-5683 

79-9-147 

UNO A JOB, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified. 



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(312) 587-0404 



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1H7 CADILLAC 2 door, all 
power accessories, one 
owner car, body In (air 
condition, interior ex- 
cellent. Great runner, $600 
or best.' 

(312)356-6708 
atter6 p.m. 

83-9- 1 5 1 — : 

lt77 HONDA CVCC wagon 
FM stereo, some rust, $475 
or best. 

(312)295-2615 

83-9-155 

1977 FORD LTD, no rust, 
new 1 tires, $850 or best 




oiler. 



(312)356-8827 
-839-114- 



1914 MUSTANG, hatch- 
bock. 6 cylinder, 
automatic, nice car, ex- 
tras, $6,1 50/olfer. . 
(312)872-1471 

83-9-64 

1911 RED Ford Mustang, 



great condition, no 
$4,300 or best offer. 
(312)566-5292 
83-9-108 



rust, 



19*3 NISSAN Sentro, 2 
door hatchback, 14,000 
miles, clean, like new, 
$4950. 

(312)438-4667 
evenings 

83-9-34 

1914 PONTIAC Fiero, 
.0,000 miles, excellent 
condition, silver, loaded. 
Must sell. Asking S8,800 or 
best offer, 

(312)746-2934 
ask for Karen or Dan 

83-9-35 

19U TOYOTA Corolla, 
air, AM/FM, cruise, $5000 . 
or best offer. 

(312)872-8689 

days 

(312)746-5062 

nights 

83-9-24 

1971 CAMARO, 305 VB, 
automatic, air, power 
steering, great shape, best 
offer over $3,000. 

(312)356-3586 

83-7-51 

1913 TOYOTA Corolla SR5 
sport coupe. 5 speed, 
AM/FM stereo, rustproof, 
excellent condition, $5495. 
(312)546-1658 

837-53 

1979 PINTO hatchback, 
46,000 miles, sun roof, 
new exhaust, radial tires, 
excellent shape. $2,400. 
(312)356-1831 
83-7-60 



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1112 PONTIAC Grand Prix 
LJ, air conditioning, tandau 
roof, clean, no rust, 
Southern cor, $6,200. 
(312)546-0349 

: 83-8-79— 

1979 OLDS. Toronado, runs 
great, looks great, 48,000 
miles, new tires and fully 
loaded, $5,300. 

{312)587-1146 
after 6 p.m. 

83-8-42 

1977 CHEVROLET El 
Cornino, 67,000 original 
mites, - 350, automatic, 

Eower steering, power 
rakes, .air conditioning, 
roily wheels, very good 
condition, $2,850 or best 
offer. 

(312)223-1605 
after 5 p.m. 

83-8-43 

1971 NOVA, small 8 cylin- 
der, automatic, air, power 
steering, power brakes. 
Must sell, $1,000. 

(312)223-7391 
evenings 

B3 8 \1 

1170 VOLVO station 
wagon, no rust, runs, but 
needs minor repair, $350, 
(312)546-9339 

83-8-62 

1911 VOLVO DL, must sell. 
4 speed, excellent shape. 
. (312)356-6196 

83-8-63 

ltU OLDS Cutlass Clera, 2 
door, loaded rustproof ed, 
excellent condition, priced 
to sell. 

(312)934-3333 

83-8-64 

1911 OLDS Cutlass 
Supreme, new Hres 
shocks, brakes, exhaust, 

Cower steering, power 
rakes, air condition, 
AM/FM stereo, V6; ex- 
cellent runner, $3,500 firm. 
(312)526-1109 
83-865 

1979 MERCURY Marquis, 9 
passenger wagon, VS. 
automolic, power steering 
& brbkes. air,- AM/FM 
stereo, new tires, very 
clean, no rust, runs good. 
Must soil, $2,300 or best 
offer. 

(312)356-2735 
B3-B-68 

197$ CHEVY Monte Carlo, 
automatic, power steering 
and brakes, air, AM/FM, 
swivel buckets, new tran- 
smission, brakes and muf- 
fler, excellent runner $800. 
(312)740-9037 
83-7-54 

PRICED TO sell. 1983 
Plymouth Turlsmo, 2.2 litre 
engine, 5 speed overdrive, 
AM/FM cassette. Console, 
rear window defroster, 
$3350. 

(31 2)223-8576 

Tim 

— 83-7-58 — 




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19S1 OLDS Delta 88, many 
extra's, in good shape. 

(312)566-6838 
afler2plm. 

83-7-82 . 

EYE CATCHER car, Bradley 
GT1 special edition, white 
with Iri-blue stripping. 
Fiberglass body, DeLorean 
style doors, spoke rims, 
extras, needs some work, 
under 1,100 miles. 
Sacrifice, $2,500 or best of- 
fer. 

(312)587-4001 

83-7-85— 

1113 TOYOTA Corolla. 5 
speed, power steering,' 
power brakes, air con- 
ditioning, AM/FM stereo, 
rust proofed. 

(312)249-2932 

83-7-86 

197f FORD Thunderbird. 
Good condition, $1 .450. 

(312)395-4134 
after 5 p.m. 

83-7-92 

1971 OLDS Regency. 
Loaded, low mileage. 
original owner, mint con- 
dition. $2,950. 

(815)459-0892 

- — 837-97- 

1979 CHEROKEE Golden 
Eagle. 68,000 miles, 4 x 4, 
AM/FM/CB. Cruise con- 
trol, tilt steering wheel, air 
conditioning, 360 engine, 
excellent condition. 
$4,800. 

(312)433-7331 
after 5 p.m. 

83-7-45 

1970 DODGE Dart, less 
engine and transmission, 
custom paint, rail bar. 
Keystone mags, new tires, 
new suspension parts, 
fiberglass hood, plus extra 
original 340 hood, $3,000 
or best offer. 

(312)223-2145 
after 6 p.m. 

83-7-7B 

197* GRANO Prix SJ, good 
runner, clean, $1 100 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-3601 

oftorS p.m. 
83-B-92 — 

19M CUTLASS Supreme, 
,V6, power windows, 
cruise, AM/FM, air con- 
ditioning, tilt wheel, 
$8,300. must sell. 

(312)587-5127 
B3-8-4& — 

19M MERCURY Cougar. 
$1,700 or best offer. 
(312)356-7605 
after 5 p.m. 

83-8-49 

1977 FORD Thunderbird. 
Good condition, $1,450. 
(312)395-4134 
after 5 p.m. 

83-8*52— 

1911 OLDS Delta 88, many 
extras. In good shape. 
(312)566-6838 
afler2 p.m. 
83-B-f 



1913 IUICK. Regal Estate 
Wagon, full power, V6. ex- 
cellent condition. Asking ' 
$8,000. 

(312)623-2923 
or \ 
(312)336-4988 
_*3-8-71 _ 

1977 CHEVY Novo, 2 door, 
6 cylinder, stick shift, new 
Hres, always starts.; 
$675/offer. 

(312)356-5848 
__83-8-73 

1970 DODGE Dart, less 
: engine and- transmission, 
, custom paint, roll bar, 

Keystone mogv, new tires, 
new suspension parts, ■ 
fiberglass hood, plus extra 
original 340 hood, $3,000 
or best offer. 

(312)223-2145 
after 6 p.m. 

83-8-75 

1913 RENAULT Fucgo, 
AM/FM cassette stereo, 
oir conditioning, cruise, 
$3600. 

(414)843-2025 

83-8-2- 

CADILLACS. Mercedes, 

Porsche, etc. Direct from 

Government. Seized in 

drug raids. Availobte your 

areo. Save $thousands$. 

(216)453-3000 

Ext.A2053 

83 -8-9 

1971 CHEVROLET Chevclle 
2 door. Automatic, best of- 
fer, mornings best; - 

(312)949-4314 

83-8-20 

1977 DODGE Monaco 

Brougham, runs and looks 

good. Fully loaded. $700, 

(312)740-0910 

83-831 

1900 CJ-7 Jeep, hardtop, 
chrome mags, steroo, 
needs pointing. Asking 
$3,200. 

1312)223-5109 

83-8-82 

1912 CAPRICE Wagon, 
fully equipped, nice clean 
car. $5,500 or best offer. 
(312)362-1998 

_ 838-81 

UNO A JOS, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified. 

(312)223-8161 
PRICED TO sell. 19B3 
Plymouth Turismo, 2.2 litre 
engine, 5 speed overdrive, 
AM/FM cassette. Console, 
rear window- defroster, 
$3350. 

(312)223-8576 
Tinf 
• — 83-8-89— '•-- 

1977 DODGE Daylona. fuel 
injection, hatchback, air, 
automatic. ~ power 
steering, power brakes, 
rear- delcer, tilt wheel, 
AM/FM stereo, cruise can-- 
trol.$5950. 

(312)356-0433 
83-8-99- 



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.g GRAND. Wogoneer, 4 
vheol drive, looded, very 
ieon, excellent condition. 
(312)395-1876 

83-I0-J0 

|t7* MAZDA RX7, white, 
speed, AM/FM cassette, 
sunroof, garage kept. 
Asking $3750, 

(312)244-8659 
: — 83-9-32 — 

(1978 BMW, 320), light 
blue, automatic, 1 AM/FM 
slcreo, very clean. $8000. 
(312)356-3074 , 
evenings 

83-9-123 

BUICK, 19B3, Regal Estate 
Wogon, full power, V6, 
lexcellent condition. 
Asking 58000. ' 

(312)623-2923 ; 

or 
(312)336-4988 

83-9-138 

[LUXURY CAR, 1985 
I Riviera, while on white, 
[burgundy interior, power, 
loaded, 25000 miles, 
($13,500. 

(312)937-6766 

days 

(312)662-5078 

evenings 

- -83-9-107 ! 

1979 CAMARO, loaded, 
new tires, paint & exhaust,' 
$4,250 or best oiler. 
(312)587-8173 
oiler 6 p.m. 

— 83-9-103 

197B CAMARO IT, power 
jwindows, steering, 
brakes, lilt wheel, air, 
stereo, new paint S - 
I brakes, auto,, sharp, 
$2,750 or best offer. 
(815)675-2803 

days 

(312)587-4945 

after 5 p.m. 

83-9-88— 

1982 CAPRICE Wagon, 
fully equipped, nice clean 
cor. $5,500 or best offer. 
(312)362-1998 

83-9-84 

19tJ CORVETTE block with 
.charcoal leather Interior', 
loaded, asking, $21,000. 
(312)356-1382 
-B3-9.127- 



1978 CLCAMINO 

S3.000. 

(312)587-1182 
-83-9-133 



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l .1971 CHEVY Impala station 
-"wagon, 3 seats, V8, power 
-teering, power brakes, 
lutomatlc, new paint, 
$1,450 or best offer. 
(312)356-6497 
evenings 

— 83-9-102 

j Wl CHIVY Malibu. 350, 
: low mileage, good runner. 
(312)223-5529 ) 
evenings 

— 83-9-101 

IJ977.CHIVY Novo, 2 door. 
5,cylinder, stick shift, new 
tires, always starts. 
f$675 'offer. 

(312)356-5848 

B3-9-82 

V971 CHRYSLER 9 
r..*- .J passenger wagon, almost. 
y-V^new tires, air conditioning, 
'•'radio, eic. 

(312)546-9188 

; l 839-136 

MWB DATSUN King Cab 
Ipickup, or 1974 VW Super 
"^Bee'lc. for sole or trade, 
-your choice, Si 500 or best 
After; 

(312)497-4185 

f, 83-9-144 — : 

\ 1976 DO0GI Aspen, runs 
Mgood. 5550. 

(312)336-4347 
call lert 

— ■ 83-9-71 

1970 DODGE Dart, (ess 

;.J engine and transmission. 

^•custom pain,, ro(l DQr> 

■ Keystone mags, now tires, 

>?l w , sul Pcnslon parts, 

fiberglass hood, plus extra 

^original 340 hood. $3,000 

orbest offer. 

(312)223-2145 
"Iter 6 p.m. 
-83-9.137- 




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;power i)oeti 



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V8, 

power 

condilloning, 

1^000 miles, S450 or be?J 

(312)546-7176 
0,,e '7p.m. 
-83-9-104 

Saffivorflble. 35.0QO 

# ear . 50 -000 warranty 
^transferable $3 9oo . Y 

(3l2)473.i 8 74' 
-83-9-67 




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miles 5 



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1914 CUTLASS Supreme, 
V6, power windows, 
cruise, AM/FM, air con- 
dltloning, tilt wheel, 
$8,300, must sell. 

(312)587-5127 

83-9-117 

1*81 , OLDS Cutlass 
Supreme, new tires, 
shacks, brakes,' exhaust, 

Eower steering, power 
rakes, air conditioning, 
AM/FM stereo, V6, ex- 
cellent runner, $3,500 firm. 
(312)526-1109 

83-9-90^ : 

1911 OLDS Delta 88, many 

extras, in good shape. 

(312)566-6838 

offer 2 p.m. 

83-9-70- 

1911 OLDS Toronado, 2' 
lone, black & silver, 
burgundy interior, loaded, 
now tires, new battery, 
$6,900. 

(312)872-1459 

83-9-87 

1973 PLYMOUTH Fury. 
Excellent condition. 
(312)362-5458 

83-9-99 

1981 RELIANT . wagon, 

automatic,. power 

steering, power brakes, 

air. cloth Interior, AM/FM 

stereo and more, excellent 

condition. $3,700or offer. 

(3)2)356-2646 

offer 6 p.m. 

83-9-110 

1912 PONTIAC Grand Prix 
LJ, air conditioning, landau 
roof, clean, no rust. 
Southern car, 56,200. 

(312)546-0349 

B3-9-B6 

1978 GRAND Prix SJ, good 
runner, clean, $1100 or 
best offer. 

(312)546-3601 
alter 5 p.m. 

- 83-9-92 

CADILLACS, Mercedes, 
Porsche, etc. Direct from 
Government. Suited in 
drug raids. Available your 
area. Save SthousandsS. 
(216)453-3000 
Ext. A2053 . 

83-9»l- 

1981 CHEVROLET. 

Chovette, 2 door. Very 
good condition, $2200 or 
offer. 

(312)872-5977 

83-9-30 

1984 CHIVY Celebrity. 4 
door, automatic, air 
conditioning, power 
steering, power brakes, ■ 
AM/FM, cruise, $5350 or 
offer. 

(312)438-4338 

83-9-38 

WARRANTEID 1981 

Citation, "4 door, air, 
rustproof, under 33,000 
miles, excellent condition, 
$3600 or best offer. 
(312)244-4170 

_83.9.31 — 

1918 CORVETTE, 43 K 
miles. $12,000. 

(815)385-7137 

days 

or 

(312)497-3887 

nights 

83-9-39 

1984 DODGE Daytono, luel 
injection, hatchbock, olr, 
automatic, power 

steering, power brakes, 
rear delcer, tilt wheel, 
AM/FM stereo, cruise 
control. $5950. 

(312)3560433 
-83-9-46 



19IS FORD, Mustang, GT, 
H0302, 5 speed overdrive, 
air, Chapmans .security 
systems, high power Sony 
AM/FM cassette, ex- 
tended 5 year 60,000 mile 
warranty. Car 6 months 
old, under 11,000 miles. 
$12,500. 

(312)244-3258 

83-9-29 

If 81 FORD Fairmont, 
excellent condition ex- 
terior and interior, high 
miles, runs good. $2500 or 
best offer.. 

(312)249-4736 

—83.9-28 — 

1978 GRAND Prix $650. 
(312)546-0373 

Rick 

after 5 p.m. 

,- 83-9-36 









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1988 MALIBU wagon. Air. 
power steering, power 
brakes, good condition. 
$3100. 

(312)438-9428 
- — 83-9-37 



AirtwFotSsit 

1988 MERCURY Cougar. 
$1 ,700 or best offer. 
. (312)356-7605 
after 5 p.m. 

83-9-1 1 8— 

1979 MERCURY Marquls,;9 
passenger wagon, V8, 
automatic, power steering 
& brakes, ' air, AM/FM 
stereo,- new tires, very 
clean, no rust, runs good. 
Must sell, $2,300 or best 
offer. 

(312)356-2735 

—83-9-94 

1979 FORD black Mustang, 
4 speed, power brakes, 
power steering, AM/FM 
cassette, completely 

rebuilt engine 2300cc, new 
clutch, body In good 
shape, sunroof, $3,200 or 
. best offer. 

(312)356-1294 

83-9-85— 

1978 PINTO hatchback, 
new transmission $400. 
(312)689-4617 
-83-9-66- 




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1914 TOYOTA 4-runner, 5 
speed, 4. wheel drive, 22 
city, 30' highway, air 
conditioning, AM/FM 
stereo cassette,, .llnled 
windows, removeoble top, 
5 year unlimited mileage 
transferable warranty, ex- 
cellent condition, 20,500 
miles, $9400. 

" (312)367-0920 
ask for Ralph 

-83-9-130 

1977 TOYOTA Corolla - 
1200, 2 door, 4 speed, sun 
roof, stereo, fresh volve 
job, now brakes, very 
clean Southern car, no 
rust, $1,495. 

(312)587-9351 

83-9-111 

1977 TOYOTA Corolla, 2 
door hatchback, 4 speed, 
runs, some rust, $600. 
(312)433-3654 

: 83-9-81- 

19B2 VOLVO DL, must sell. 
4-speod, excellent shape. 
(312)356-6196 

83-9-83 

1979 VOLVO 242 GT, 
Sporty 5 speed, cruise 
control, Alloy wheels, 
good condition, $3,500. 
(312)367-5290 
after 5 p.m. 
83-6.65 



1977 FORD .Thunderblrd. 

Good condition, $1 ,450. 

(312)395-4134 

after 5 p.m. 

LB3-9^119- 

1910 JEEP CJ 7 Laredo. 
Hard ond soft tops, rear, 
seat, "AM/FM cassette, 
good condition. 6 cylinder 
automatic, .power' 
steering, new brakes, tires 
and tuneup. Drive train 
tight, no oil leaks, 49,900 
miles, $4900 or best offer. 
(312)587-2279 

— 83-TF-150 

1979 CIS Jeep, 6 cylinder, 
4 wheel drive, canvas top, 

$2500; 

(312)395-7088 

— -83-9-106 

1983 MERCURY Cougar LS, 
Vd, low miles, garage 
kept, In beautiful con- 
dition, many options. 
$7,800. 

(312)249-3224 > 
, 83-9-109— — - 



19S3 OLDS Cutlass Ciera, 2 
door, loaded, rustproofed, 
excellent conditlonT'priced 
-to sell. 

(312)934-3333 
.' 83-9-97- 




JUNK CARS and trucks 

wonted. 

(312)587-0788 
84-9-59 




1.972 FOX Trac 440 
snowmobile, runs great, 
needs track, many extra 
parts. $175 firm. 

,{312)244-4170 
85-9-79— 



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I PLACE snowmobile 
trailer, musl see, A-1, $275 
firm. 

(312)356-7294 . 

85-9-6 

19B2 SKI-DOO Blizzard 
5500 MX. Excellent con- 
dition. Low miles. Bought 
new in 1984. Must sell this 
week. Best offer. 

(312)244-4769 
or . 

(312)662-2610 

85-9-23 

19B0 POLARIS Centurion 
500, recently rebuilt clutch 
& tuneup, low miles, good 
condition, very last, 
$1,400. 

(414)862-6959 

days 

(312)395-3560 

after 3 p.m. 

ask for Jerry 

85-9-91 — 



1979 SNOWMOBILE, 

Yamaha 300 Entlcer, low 
mileage, cover, extra bell, 
excellent condition, $775 
or best offer. 

{312)367-6453 

.— 85-9-93 

1979 POLARIS 

snowmobile $1250 or best 
offer. 

(312)587-8065 
after 5 p.m. 

85-9-115 — 

1975 YAMAHA, GPX433G, 
snowmobile, $450 or best 
offer. 

(312)546-5018 
alter 5 p.m. 

85-9-129 

1975 SCORPION Whip 
snowmobile, 344cc, with 
cover, $500. 






(312)395-0374 
-85-9-140 




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'81 Honda Prelude 

$3995 



'79 Toyota Celica 

Sunroof. !p I 1 99 



'83 Olds Firenza 

4 Dr. $4495 



83 Honda Civic 



2 Dr. 



$3795 



'80 Chevy Citation 

2 Dr. $1995 



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